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In this guiding page, we will provide you with a detailed introduction to the supported client side events which you might use so you can control the behavior of the integrated toolbar. Besides this client side events tutorial, Kettic also provides other guides for you to create a custom toolbar, such as:
Customize ToolBar Client Side Events
Web developers can apply the Load client side event, which will take place when the toolbar is loaded for the first time.
You can also customize the button click behavior by setting the two client side events introduced in the list below, which defined how a toolbar button will respond to a button click.
If you have added a drop down in your toolbar buttons, you might need to use the two client side events introduced below, which are used to specify the drop down closing behavior.
Additionally, if you have included a drop down in your toolbar buttons, you might need to control the closing behavior as well as the opening behavior, which you can achieve with the two client side events listed below:
Moreover, you might also be interested as to how you can change the state before or after a toolbar button is checked. Well, you can customize this behavior with the two client side events below:
When a user right clicks on a button, a context menu should appear. And you can easily customize the ContextMenu client side event to achieve that.
Other than that, developers can also freely control the mouse over and mouse off behavior with ease by configure these client side events listed below:
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