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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Class
org.eclipse.swt.widgets.ToolBar

Packages that use ToolBar
org.eclipse.jface.action Provides support for shared UI resources such as menus, tool bars, and status lines. 
org.eclipse.jface.menus Provides support for trim specification. 
org.eclipse.swt.widgets SWT widget public API classes. 
org.eclipse.ui.menus Provides the public API and default implementation for contributing menu and toolbars to the menu service. 
 

Uses of ToolBar in org.eclipse.jface.action
 

Methods in org.eclipse.jface.action that return ToolBar
  ToolBar ToolBarManager. createControl ( Composite parent)
          Creates and returns this manager's tool bar control.
  ToolBar ToolBarManager. getControl ()
          Returns the tool bar control for this manager.
 

Methods in org.eclipse.jface.action with parameters of type ToolBar
 void MenuManager. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
           
 void SubContributionItem. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
           
 void Separator. fill ( ToolBar toolbar, int index)
           
 void ActionContributionItem. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
          The ActionContributionItem implementation of this , IContributionItem method creates an SWT ToolItem for the action using the action's style.
 void ControlContribution. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
          The control item implementation of this IContributionItem method calls the createControl framework method to create a control under the given parent, and then creates a new tool item to hold it.
 void ContributionItem. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
          The default implementation of this IContributionItem method does nothing.
 void SubMenuManager. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
           
 void IContributionItem. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
          Fills the given tool bar with controls representing this contribution item.
protected  void ToolBarManager. relayout ( ToolBar layoutBar, int oldCount, int newCount)
          Re-lays out the tool bar.
 

Constructors in org.eclipse.jface.action with parameters of type ToolBar
ToolBarManager ( ToolBar toolbar)
          Creates a tool bar manager for an existing tool bar control.
 

Uses of ToolBar in org.eclipse.jface.menus
 

Methods in org.eclipse.jface.menus with parameters of type ToolBar
 void IWidget. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
          Fills the given tool bar with controls representing this contribution item.
 void AbstractTrimWidget. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
           
 

Uses of ToolBar in org.eclipse.swt.widgets
 

Methods in org.eclipse.swt.widgets that return ToolBar
  ToolBar ToolItem. getParent ()
          Returns the receiver's parent, which must be a ToolBar.
 

Constructors in org.eclipse.swt.widgets with parameters of type ToolBar
ToolItem ( ToolBar parent, int style)
          Constructs a new instance of this class given its parent (which must be a ToolBar) and a style value describing its behavior and appearance.
ToolItem ( ToolBar parent, int style, int index)
          Constructs a new instance of this class given its parent (which must be a ToolBar), a style value describing its behavior and appearance, and the index at which to place it in the items maintained by its parent.
 

Uses of ToolBar in org.eclipse.ui.menus
 

Methods in org.eclipse.ui.menus with parameters of type ToolBar
 void CommandContributionItem. fill ( ToolBar parent, int index)
           
 


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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