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Piotr C. Feb 28, 2007 - 9:48 AM

I need a floating toolbar which has buttons arranged in two colums and three (or more) rows. I am able to do this using a standard MFC toolbar with SetButtonStyle function and TBBS_WRAPPED style set. Unfortunately, this doesn’t work when using CExtControlBar toolbar. How to resolve this? Is there another method to have a two-column toolbar?


Technical Support Mar 1, 2007 - 3:38 AM

There are more than one wrap flag supported for each button (CExtBarButton) in a toolbar (CExtToolControlBar):


This allows you to set up three different layouts for when the toolbar is floating, docked horizontally and docked vertically. So this feature extends the functionality provided by TBBS_WRAPPED. You can use CExtBarButton::IsWrap() and CExtBarButton::SetWrap() for managing these flags. There is a toolbar in the DRAWCLI sample that shows how it works.