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//
// UKToolbarFactory.h
// UKToolbarFactory
//
// Created by Uli Kusterer on Sat Jan 17 2004.
// Copyright (c) 2004 Uli Kusterer.
//
// This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied
// warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages
// arising from the use of this software.
//
// Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose,
// including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it
// freely, subject to the following restrictions:
//
// 1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not
// claim that you wrote the original software. If you use this software
// in a product, an acknowledgment in the product documentation would be
// appreciated but is not required.
//
// 2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must not be
// misrepresented as being the original software.
//
// 3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source
// distribution.
//
/*
PURPOSE:
Easily add toolbars to windows in your application.
DIRECTIONS:
To use UKToolbarFactory, drag this header file into your NIB file's window.
Now you'll be able to instantiate a UKToolbarFactory object in your NIB.
Hook up the UKToolbarFactory's "owner" outlet with the NSWindow on which you
want a toolbar. Make sure you have specified an "Autosave name" for the
NSWindow (e.g. "MainWindow").
Now create a file that is named with your application's bundle identifier
(e.g. "com.mycompany.myapplication"), followed by a period, the autosave
name of the NSWindow and ".plist"
(e.g. "com.mycompany.myapplication.MainWindow.plist").
In this file you can now define the toolbar items that will be available in
your window's toolbar. The file must contain a dictionary of item
definition dictionaries under the key "Items". These item definition
dictionaries are stored under the item identifier as the key. The actual
item definition dictionary contains the following keys (all strings):
Action - The selector to call on the first responder when this item is
clicked, e.g. "close:" or "print:" or "myCustomIBAction:".
Label - The label to display under the toolbar item in the toolbar.
CustomizationLabel -
An alternate label to be displayed in the "Customize toolbar"
window for this item. This can be more detailed. If this isn't
present, the "Label" will be used here as well.
ToolTip - The tool tip to display when the mouse is over this item in the
toolbar. If this isn't specified, no tooltip is shown.
ViewClass - If specified, this is the name of an NSView subclass from which
an object will be created and shown instead of an icon. If the
view is an NSSearchField or similar class, this will also set
its placeholder string to the label of the item.
MaxWidth - The maximum width for a view-based item. Must be provided if
ViewClass is specified.
MinWidth - The minimum width for a view-based item. Must be provided if
ViewClass is specified.
The image to be used for the toolbar item must have the item identifier as
its name (plus any filename extension needed to indicate the image file's
type, e.g. ".tiff").
The file must also contain an array under the key "DefaultItems", which
contains the list of item identifiers to be displayed in this toolbar by
default. Apart from the identifiers in this file, you can also specify
the identifiers defined by Apple, i.e. NSToolbarSeparatorItem,
NSToolbarSpaceItem, NSToolbarFlexibleSpaceItem, or NSToolbarCustomizeToolbarItem,
which are automatically added to the list of allowed items.
If you want to allow NSToolbarShowColorsItem, NSToolbarShowFontsItem, or
NSToolbarPrintItem, you have to explicitly add them to the "Items" dictionary
or they won't show up in the customization sheet. You needn't specify any
actions, labels or tool tips for them, though.
To support selectable items, you have to provide an "Options" dictionary and
provide a "Selectable" entry, which should be an NSBoolean set to YES. This
will make all non-view items in the toolbar selectable, and will make sure
the last one clicked is selected.
To enable/disable toolbar items as needed, implement
-(BOOL) validateToolbarItem: (NSToolbarItem*)item;
on the target of the toolbar item's action, just as you'd do for -validateMenuItem:.
*/
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Headers:
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#import <AppKit/AppKit.h>
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// UKToolbarFactory:
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
@interface UKToolbarFactory : NSObject
{
IBOutlet NSWindow* owner; // Window to put the toolbar on.
NSDictionary* toolbarItems; // List of possible items in the toolbar.
NSString* toolbarIdentifier; // The toolbar identifier and base file name.
NSString* selectedItem; // The currently selected item, if this allows selections.
}
-(void) setToolbarIdentifier: (NSString*)str;
-(NSString*) toolbarIdentifier; // Defaults to the application's bundle identifier with a period and the autosave name of the owning window.
-(NSString*) selectedItemIdentifier;
-(void) setSelectedItemIdentifier: (NSString*)str;
-(BOOL) isSelectable;
@end
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