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Adaptive Toolbar

The Adaptive Toolbar is displayed within File Manager when the FileManagerSettingsAdaptivity.Enabled property is set to true, and the toolbar does not fit all its items due to the browser window inner width. In this case, the toolbar replaces its items in the popup window that you can invoke by clicking the Show hidden items ellipsis button. The item hiding order can be defined using the corresponding items' AdaptivePriority property (for example, FileManagerToolbarFilterBox.AdaptivePriority for the filter box).

The table below lists the main members that affect the adaptive toolbar's appearance and functionality.

Characteristics Members
Adaptivity FileManagerSettingsToolbar.SettingsAdaptivity
Show hidden items button image FileManagerSettingsToolbar.AdaptiveToolbarImage

You also can define Adaptive Text for custom items using the FileManagerToolbarItemBase.AdaptiveText property. This text is displayed when the custom items are displayed in the popup window while the toolbar is in adaptive mode.

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