A toolbar-component, a toolbar or the interface toolbar may also contain CAPI panes as items, which will appear within the toolbar. This is typically used with text-input-pane, option-pane, and text-input-choice. Each pane should have toolbar-title (see simple-pane) specified, to provide the text that is shown for the toolbar item:
Note: Some platforms may not recommend placing text input panes and so on in a toolbar. You may wish to consult the appropriate user interface guidelines before adding such a toolbar in your application.
Each toolbar-button or simple-pane in the
list (including those within a toolbar-component) should have a
that is not
cl:eql to any other item in the list. These names are needed to support
:items in interface-toolbar-state and the
Toolbar buttons can display text, which should be in the
slot inherited from item. You can specify whether text and/or image is displayed, using
:display in the
initarg or interface-toolbar-state.
You can make a toolbar-component with
:multiple-selection and then each of its buttons may have a
which is called when the user clicks a selected button to deselect it.
You can add a menu to a toolbar button, which is displayed via a separate smaller button next to the main button. To do this, supply dropdown-menu or dropdown-menu-function . See toolbar-button for the details.
CAPI User Guide and Reference Manual (Macintosh version) - 25 Feb 2015