Used to persist the state of a toolbar after the toolbar is destroyed.
The CXlToolbarState class contains information about the position, visibility and existence of a toolbar. It can be used to persist the state of a toolbar after the toolbar is destroyed. It is thus possible to restore the toolbar to exactly the state the user left it in.
Declare a CXlToolbarState object in local scope before calling CXlToolbar::AddToolbar. Then pass it as an argument to CXlToolbar::AddToolbar and CXlToolbar::ShowToolbar. If the toolbar already exists, AddToolbar will destroy it, and store its state in the CXlToolbarState object. ShowToolbar will use the information in the CXlToolbarState (if valid) to override your instructions about the toolbar's visibility and location.
|m_bValid||If true, the rest of the members are valid. If false, the object's data is invalid and should be ignored.|
|m_bVisible||Is the toolbar visible?|
|m_nPosition||Docking position of the toolbar. If valid, this will be a member of the CXlToolbar::DockTypes enumeration.|
|m_x||Position of left edge of toolbar within its docking area.|
|m_y||Position of top edge of toolbar within its docking area.|
|m_cx||Width of toolbar|
|m_cy||Height of toolbar|
CXlToolbarState Methods | xltoolbar.h | Toolbars (User Guide) | CXlToolbar class