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DragToolbarButton Method (ISldWorks)

Copies the specified toolbar button from the specified native SolidWorks toolbar or ICommandGroup toolbar to the specified native SolidWorks toolbar or ICommandGroup toolbar.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub DragToolbarButton( _
   ByVal SourceToolbar As Integer, _
   ByVal TargetToolbar As Integer, _
   ByVal SourceIndex As Integer, _
   ByVal TargetIndex As Integer _
) 
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISldWorks
Dim SourceToolbar As Integer
Dim TargetToolbar As Integer
Dim SourceIndex As Integer
Dim TargetIndex As Integer
 
instance.DragToolbarButton(SourceToolbar, TargetToolbar, SourceIndex, TargetIndex)
C# 
void DragToolbarButton( 
   int SourceToolbar,
   int TargetToolbar,
   int SourceIndex,
   int TargetIndex
)
C++/CLI 
void DragToolbarButton( 
&   int SourceToolbar,
&   int TargetToolbar,
&   int SourceIndex,
&   int TargetIndex
) 

Parameters

SourceToolbar
Toolbar as defined by swToolbar_e or if a CommandGroup toolbar, use ICommandGroup::ToolbarId
TargetToolbar
Toolbar as defined by swToolbar_e or if a CommandGroup toolbar, use ICommandGroup::ToolbarId
SourceIndex
0-based index of the toolbar button on the native SolidWorks toolbar or CommandGroup toolbar
TargetIndex

0-based index of the toolbar button on the native SolidWorks toolbar or CommandGroup toolbar

Remarks

This method makes a copy of the specified source toolbar button and moves a copy of the toolbar button to the target toolbar. This method does not remove the specified source toolbar button from the source toolbar.

Examine the toolbars in the user interface to determine the values for SourceIndex and TargetIndex.

Using this method to drag a toolbar button from one toolbar to another is persistent across sessions of SolidWorks and need only be performed once. For example, do not include this operation in any SolidsWorks API start-up routine because you would then be adding a copy of the same toolbar button to the same target toolbar every time you start up SolidWorks.

 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 206 FCS, Revision Number 14.0


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