Is there a basic way to hide a toolbar without using a script?
File > File Options > Checkbox for "hide all toolbars" - This will hide toolbars automatically when opening a file.
View > Status Toolbar - This will manually toggle the toolbar on and off as long as the window is not locked.
Command + Option + s - The shortcut key for the view menu item.
There are several ways to hide toolbars without using a script:
1. In 'File Options' you can choose to hide toolbars by default when opening the file by turning on the 'Hide all toolbars' option.
2. You could also have a button that just does a single step - the 'Hide Toolbars' step:
3.... Or go to the 'View' menu and de-select the 'Status Toolbar' option:
4... or in FileMaker Go, swipe upwards with three fingers....
Usually though I find that using scripts to hide or show toolbars based on platform (Desktop, Web or Mobile), or user privilege level is more useful, and typically run at startup by using the 'OnFirstWindowOpen' file script trigger.
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