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Stored procedures
Operating mode for automatically hiding the Action Bar:
  • By default, the Action Bar is always visible.
  • The option "Automatically hide the Action Bar during the Scroll" ("Details" tab of the Action Bar description window) allows you to hide the Action Bar when scrolling (in a window, internal window, supercontrol, table or looper).
    In some cases, you may want not to hide the Action Bar even if this option is enabled. This parameter setting can be done with the Property AllowActionBarHiding.
The AllowActionBar property allows to manage the automatic masking of the Action Bar.
Example
// Force the Action Bar to remain visible
ACTB_MonActionBar.Visible = True
FI_Client.AllowActionBarMask = False
Syntax

Finding out whether the scroll with the finger automatically hides the Action Bar Hide the details

<Result> = <Element to use>.AllowActionBarHiding
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the Action Bar is automatically hidden during the scroll in the element,
  • False otherwise.
<Element to use>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of the element to "scroll": window, internal window, supercontrol, table, looper.

Modifying the operating mode for automatically hiding the Action Bar Hide the details

<Element to use>.AllowActionBarHiding = <Automatic hiding>
<Element to use>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of the element to "scroll": window, internal window, supercontrol, table, looper.
<Automatic hiding>: Boolean
  • True if the Action Bar is automatically hidden during the scroll in the element,
  • False otherwise.
Remarks
  • If the option "Automatically hide the Action Bar during the Scroll" ("Details" tab of the Action Bar description window) is not enabled, this property has no effect.
  • The Action Bar control can be made visible or not with Visible.
  • If the field or window does not support scroll up or down, the Property AllowActionBarHiding has no effect.
Minimum version required
  • Version 21
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