27.6.1 The Customize Toolbar Dialog Box
The Customize Toolbar dialog box provides interface control over Origin's built-in toolbars and toolbar buttons.
To open the Customize dialog box, you can
- Select View: Toolbar or Press Ctrl + T
- Click Add or Remove Buttons button（the downward arrow at the end of each toolbar）to select Customize in its drop-down list.
There are three tabs in the dialog box.
The Toolbars Tab
The Toolbars tab includes controls to:
- Turn specific toolbars on and off.
- Restore built-in toolbar configurations.
- Create/Rename/Delete user-defined toolbars.
Dialog Box Controls (see figure)
The Toolbars List Box
- Select or clear check boxes to turn toolbars on and off.
The Reset Button
- Restores the default button group for the selected built-in toolbar.
The Reset All Button
- Restores the default button group for all built-in toolbars.
The New... Button
- Opens the Toolbar Name dialog box, prompting you to enter the name of a user-defined toolbar.
The Rename... Button
- Opens the Toolbar Name dialog box, prompting you to change the name of the selected user-defined toolbar. It is not available for built-in toolbars.
The Delete Button
- Deletes the selected user-defined toolbar. It is not available for built-in toolbars.
The Export... Button
- Opens the Save As dialog, prompting you to specify a name and location for your Origin Package file (.opx), which will contain the information of all toolbar settings and button groups.
The Reinitialize Button
- Restores the settings of all toolbars and dockable windows to the default configuration from the time of installation.
The Button Groups Tab
The Button Groups tab includes controls to:
- Add (or remove) buttons to a toolbar.
- Create new button groups (new toolbars).
- Link a toolbar button with an OGS (script) file.
Dialog Box Controls ( see figure )
The Groups List Box
- Lists all built-in and user-defined button groups. Select a group to see the member buttons.
The Buttons Group
- Lists the buttons in the highlighted Groups button group.
The Button Section: Add/Delete/Settings Buttons
- Add buttons to, or delete buttons from, a user-defined Button group. Click the Settings... button to open the Button Settings dialog.
The Button Group Section
- The Name text box
- Edit the name of selected user-defined button group.
- The Bitmap address box
- Specify an image (.bmp format) for the button icon. You can enter the address directly or click the Browse... button to select a file.
- The New... button
- Click to open the Create Button Group dialog, prompting you to define a user-defined button group. Click OK to save an .ini file for the settings of this new button group.
- The Add... button
- Open the Add Button Group dialog, prompting you to specify an .ini file for the group.
- The Delete button
- Delete the selected button group.
- The Export... button
- Open the Export Button Group dialog to create an Origin Package file for the selected button group. You can also add or remove additional files and set the sharing pemission in this dialog.
The Options Tab
Show Screen Tips on Toolbars
- Specify if show the screen tips when cursor hovers on the toolbar button. This box is checked by default.
Show Shortcut Keys in Screen Tips
- Specify if show the shortcut key (if exists) on the screen tips when acursor hovers on the toolbar button. This box is checked by default.
Use Large Icons
- Specify if use the large icons for the toolbars. It is useful with high DPI settings.
Use High Resolution Icons
- Chech this checkbox to use the high resolution icons for the toolbars. Refer to this FQA for detailed.
Scale Toolbars for Larger System Font Settings
- Specify if rescale the toolbars for the larger system font settings. This box is not checked by default. But when the screen resolution is large than 1080 (in height direction) and DPI is large than 125, this check box will be checked automatically. If Origin is running on a high resolution monitor and Use High Resolution Icons is checked, this checkbox will be unchecked automatically.
Use Gradient for Background
- Specify if show the gradient for the background of toolbars. This box is checked by default.
Force Menu Bar to be Docked
- Prevents menu bar from being dragged off of the menu-toolbar space.