the icons are individual user preferences.
The simplest solution is to print the whole thing to pdf and navigate through the pdf with your pdf viewer of choice and its forward / backward 1 page keys.
Draco, you can hide the whole toolbar by including a script step during "OnFirstWindowOpen", for example adding something like:
IF [ get(AccountPrivilegeSetName) ≠ "Admin" (example) ]
Show/Hide Toolbars [Hide]
This way you can constrain the whole toolbar from the start of the application for a specific privilege set user group
Thanks siplus and Ricardo, the block has already implemented.
My problem: Users to see the buttons want to use (obvious) and want to add other features, ... etc.
This makes me noise.
thank you for the recommendations
You can right-click on the toolbar and change the content. On OSX very easy, under Windows somewhat tricky..
As siplus mentioned, this is a 'local' setting - has to be done for every user.
Draco, you can hide the whole toolbar
unfortunately, the user will still have access to activate/config the toolbar:
To block this, I use a trigger
with a Script
omit_Toolbar: Show/Hide Toolbars [ Lock ; Hide ]
Thanks for your comment.
The problem: I am 80 kms from my client, and he does not want to use remote desktop.
Besides.,...as you well indicate,...has to be done for every user.
I will keep it in sight, but blocked.
Thanks Benjamin, ... I can not hide the bar, I need the commands to advance page (previous mode), and see the page number I am on.
Thanks Christian, ... the only thing that is mac, ... is the server
I need the commands to advance page (previous mode), and see the page number I am on.
That's legit. Maybe you should write a Feature Request for change that Toolbar preferences (which tools enabled, appearance, etc.) should be stored and possibly locked within the FM Solutions file and not in FM Applications preferences.
I think you already know that there are work arounds for your needs with Buttons for 'Preview' and inserts for
For those objects, just set
[X] Hide when printing
in the Inspector.
Preview mode is only area where I have Toolbar activated for my customers in order to let them exit.
Yes... one of the things I hate )-:
- one moves a window and clicks accidentally on an icon
- one clicks on the pdf icon in preview mode -> no way to specify 'all records', etc
- can't be defined by script
- 'sneaker support'...