Author Topic: Icon offset for custom toolbar button  (Read 4630 times)

bastab88

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Icon offset for custom toolbar button
« on: December 22, 2013, 18:14:17 »
If you add a custom toolbar button with it's own icon from another icon-dll and you only want to change the tooltip,
the icon offset is always set to 0 (not the offset entered before)!. So if you press save, the icon is always changed to the first icon in the dll.
It would be nice, if the correct offset is displayed when editing the custom button.

Also is it possible to add standard buttons (e.g. commands from the file command toolbar) to the quicklaunch bar without defining new custom commands?

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Re: Icon offset for custom toolbar button
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2013, 21:54:56 »
If you add a custom toolbar button with it's own icon from another icon-dll and you only want to change the tooltip,
the icon offset is always set to 0 (not the offset entered before)!. So if you press save, the icon is always changed to the first icon in the dll.
It would be nice, if the correct offset is displayed when editing the custom button.
I will look into that

Also is it possible to add standard buttons (e.g. commands from the file command toolbar) to the quicklaunch bar without defining new custom commands?
No.