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To customize an application's toolbars, go to → or right-click on a toolbar and select .
On the left side of the toolbar configuration panel, the available items that you can put in you toolbar are shown. On the right, the ones that already appear on the toolbar are shown. At the top, you can select the toolbar you wish to modify or view.
Above each side of the panel there is a Filter text box you can use to easily find items in the list.
You can add an item to your toolbar by selecting it from the left side and clicking on the right arrow button.
You can change the position of the items by moving them lower or higher in the list. To move items lower, press the down arrow button, while to move items higher press the up arrow button. You can also change items' position by dragging and dropping them.
On horizontal toolbars, the item that's on top will be the one on the left. On vertical toolbars, items are arranged as they appear in the toolbar.
You can add separator lines between items by adding a --separator-- item to the toolbar.
You can restore your toolbar to the way it was when you installed the application by pressing the button at the bottom of the window and then confirming your decision.
You can change the appearance of toolbars by right-clicking on a toolbar to access it's context menu.
You can change the appearance of text on toolbars in the submenu of a toolbar's context menu.
You can choose from:
- only the icon for each toolbar item will appear.
- only the text label for each toolbar item will appear.
- the text label will appear to the right of each toolbar item's icon
- the text label will appear underneath each toolbar item's icon
You can also show or hide text for individual toolbar items by right-clicking on an item and checking or unchecking the item under Show Text.
You can change the size of toolbar items' icons by selecting from the toolbar's context menu.
You can choose from the following options: (each lists the icon size in pixels)
[the default value]
In order to move toolbars, you must “unlock” them. To do so, uncheck from a toolbar's context menu. To restore the lock, simply recheck this menu item.
You can change a toolbar's position from the submenu of its context menu.
You can choose from:
[the default in many applications]
You can also move a toolbar by clicking and holding onto the dotted line at the left of horizontal toolbars or the top of vertical toolbars and dragging it to your desired location.
If your application has only one toolbar, you can hide a toolbar by deselecting from either the toolbar's context menu or the menu. To restore the toolbar, select from the menu. Note that toolbars must be “unlocked” to hide them from their context menu; see the section called “Moving Toolbars” for more information.
If your application has more than one toolbar, a submenu called will appear in the context menu and menu instead of the above menu entry. From that menu you may select individual toolbars to hide and show.
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