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Why unified toolbar "won't work"...
Authored by: wootest on Jun 07, '05 11:45:17AM

By the way, here's how to see if a window uses an NSToolbar or just a row of buttons. Hold down command and click and drag a button - if the button highlights and doesn't move, it's not an NSToolbar and will not be 'unified'.



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Why unified toolbar "won't work"...
Authored by: qwerty denzel on Jun 08, '05 02:45:01AM

Some apps have the toolbar locked. Most will have have the toolbar toggler in the top right corner of the window.



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Why unified toolbar "won't work"...
Authored by: wootest on Jun 08, '05 08:40:38AM

Yep. Even if the toolbar is locked and the toolbar toggling button in the top right doesn't show (Spotlight, System Preferences), you can prove that it is a native toolbar by command-pressing a button - if it were just a real button, it would depress, but if it's a button in a toolbar, the toolbar's "drag mode" will sort of kick in but deny you to move it, thus not depressing the button.



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