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[DUI] Want to add one 'WSH Panel Mod' button to the toolbar, Trying to create an entry point for a custom pop-up menu
post Mar 4 2013, 15:17
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I created a nice custom layout for myself using Default User Interface (DUI). Everything is done except for one last thing which I find essential; one custom WSH button on the toolbar.

Unfortunately for me, when I right click the toolbar I see no menu item to choose WSH Panel Mod. In my other fb2k layout (using Columns UI), right-clicking the toolbar gives me this menu item: "Panels > WSH Panel Mod".

My aim is to create a button which, when pressed, pops up a custom menu. This menu is an ever-expanding personal "Help" system and collection of things I find useful such as "lists" and "reference documents" and "tools".

All I want is to add one tiny WSH button on the toolbar, nothing more ... it will dramatically enhance my "power" usage of the Default User Interface.

Does anybody know how I can do this, thanks.

P.S. -- If the answer is "No, you cannot add a WSH Panel Mod element to the DUI toolbar" then can the developers please think about offering this feature in a future version, it would be a fantastic addition IMHO.

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post Mar 4 2013, 15:28
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If the answer is "No, you cannot add a WSH Panel Mod element to the DUI toolbar"

you already knew this was the answer. tongue.gif

same goes for all other 3rd party components as well.

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