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Create Custom Toolbars

Create Custom Toolbars

If you prefer one-click access to many Libronix functions, check out the custom toolbar examples below and follow the simple steps to create them. You will find even more commands than these in the Modify Toolbar dialog.

NOTE: To enlarge the thumbnail image, click on it to open it into a new window, then maximize the window.

Toggle 'Bible Text Only' view on and off:

        

  1. Click on Tools | Customize, or right-click on the main menu or toolbar and select Customize.
  2. Click New to open the Modify Toolbar dialog.
  3. Type a Toolbar Name, such as "Bible Text Only."
  4. Select LLS from the Category list.
  5. Select Bible Text Only from Commands list and click Add.
  6. Click Details to open the Command Details dialog.
  7. Select a Style for the button.
    • Use Text Only and abbreviate Bible Text Only to BTO.
  8. Select unique Shortcut keys, if you prefer to use the keyboard to toggle views.
  9. Click OK twice, then Close.
  10. Click on the BTO toolbar button to toggle Bible Text Only on and off. (See Psalm 23 before-and-after images below.)

       

Open Resources:

  1. Click on Tools | Customize, or right-click on the main menu or toolbar and select Customize.
  2. Click New to open the Modify Toolbar dialog.
  3. Type a Toolbar Name, such as "Resources."
  4. Select -Special- from the Category list.
  5. Select Open (Resource) from Commands list and click Add.
  6. Click Details to open the Command Details dialog.
  7. Select a Style for the button.
    • Image Only or Text Only (using an abbreviation such as 'KJV') is recommended.
  8. Click Change next to Image, select an image and click Close.
    • This image will be displayed on the button. Using unique images will make it easier to locate the correct toolbar button.
  9. Select unique Shortcut keys, if you prefer to use the keyboard to open a resource.
  10. Click Change next to Resource and select the resource you want to open with this button. Click OK.
    • Changing the Collection to "All Unlocked Resources" will simply your search.
    • The Command Name will automatically be entered. If you chose the 'Text Only' or 'Image and Text' Styles, you will want to shorten this to an abbreviation of the resource title, such as "NIV" instead of "Open The New International Version."
  11. Click OK.
  12. To create additional buttons, select the Open (Resource) command, click Add, then Details for each button.
  13. Click Add Separator after each addition to place a separator line between the buttons.
    • Buttons and Separator lines can be moved up and down to change their order on the toolbar.
  14. When all the open resource buttons for your "Resource" toolbar have been added, click OK, then Close.

Apply Visual Markups:

  1. Click on Tools | Customize, or right-click on the main menu or toolbar and select Customize.
  2. Click New to open the Modify Toolbar dialog.
  3. Type a Toolbar Name, such as "Visual Markups."
  4. Select Visual Markup from the Category list.
  5. Select Apply (Visual Markup) from Commands list and click Add.
  6. Click Details to open the Command Details dialog.
  7. Select a Style for the button.
    • Image Only is recommended. 
  8. Click Change next to Image, select an image and click Close.
    • This image will be displayed on the button. Using unique images will make it easier to locate the correct toolbar button.
  9. Select unique Shortcut keys, if you prefer to use the keyboard to apply the markup.
  10. Click Change next to Palette Style; select the Palette and Markup you want to apply with this button. Click OK.
    • The Command Name will automatically be entered; remove the "Apply (Visual Markup)" portion to shorten the name.
  11. To create additional buttons, select the Apply (Visual Markup) command, click Add, then Details, for each button.
  12. Click Add Separator after each addition to place a separator line between the buttons.
    • Buttons and Separator lines can be moved up and down to change their order on the toolbar.
  13. When all the visual markup buttons for your "Visual Markups" toolbar have been added, click OK, then Close.
Last Updated: 7/15/2009