An instance of interface or a subclass.
One of the toolbar-states plist keys.
The value associated with the toolbar-states plist key.
(setf interface-toolbar-state) read or change the properties of an interface toolbar that give information about its state. The user can also change these properties by customizing the toolbar, so you cannot assume that the value will be the same each time you read it.
See Adding Toolbars for information on how to specify an interface toolbar.
visible is true if the toolbar is visible and false if it is hidden. The default is true.
is a list of the names of the
which are shown on the toolbar, in the order they are shown. The built-in names
:flexible-space represent various kinds of gap between items. On Microsoft Windows, an item can be a list of the form
) which starts a dockable group of items that displays
when it is undocked. The default
includes all items in
:separator between each toolbar-component.
is a keyword describing what is displayed for each item. It can be
:image (just shows an image),
:title (just shows the title),
:image-and-title (shows both title and image) or
:image-and-title-horizontal (shows title and image horizontally, only supported on GTK+). The default is platform-specific.
is a keyword describing the size of the items. It can be one of
:large. Some of these sizes might be the same as others. The default is platform-specific.
CAPI User Guide and Reference Manual (Unix version) - 3 Aug 2017