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10.5: Customize the toolbar via control-click in title bar System 10.5
I discovered that you can now right-click (or control-click) in the title bar of an application to get the Customize Toolbar contextual menu. This especially comes in handy while using programs like Safari, where you cannot Command-Option-Click the Hide Toolbar button (because there isn't one) to achieve the same effect.

Tiger had the ability to right-click in the tool bar, but now it works in the title bar as well. This makes a difference when your toolbar doesn't have the convenience of a large empty space to in which to right-click in (i.e. Safari).
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Authored by: rspeed on Nov 15, '07 02:48:51PM

You can right-click on buttons in the toolbar.



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Authored by: TigerPRO on Nov 15, '07 04:40:53PM

Oh, good point; scrap this hint. Or I guess its still true, just not as relevant.



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What?
Authored by: TigerPRO on Nov 15, '07 06:54:58PM

Oh, good point; scrap this hint. Or I guess its still true, just not as relevant.



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10.5: Customize the toolbar via control-click in title bar
Authored by: Typhoon14 on Nov 15, '07 03:27:31PM

Why would you need an empty-space? You can right-click on any element in the toolbar and you will still get the "Customise toolbar" menu item, as you could in 10.4 . . .



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