This command sets the bindings required on Mac. It acts as a simple wrapper around grid for Windows and X11 users.
The toolbar widget will appear in TclMacBag from v0.08.
The options used by this should be the arguments you would be using for grid.
This command sets up the bindings required for the user to toggle the display of the frame with their tool button.
Toggles the current state of the toolbar frame.
You can use this to control the frame independently of the toolbar button.
::tclmacbag::toolbar_ToggleTo pathName ?Options?
Sets the toggle of the toolbar frame to a particular state.
Available values: on or off.
::tclmacbag::toolbar [ttk::frame .f] -column 1 -row 1 -sticky nsew -columnspan 2
To simply toggle the state (triggered for example by an entry in your menus), simply use:
# Where $w is the toolbar managed frame
To have the widget change to a particular state, use:
# Set toggle to: on
::tclmacbag::toolbar_ToggleTo $w -state on
An application may only have one toolbar per toplevel.
From v0.14, the current state of the widget is located in: ::tclmacbag::toolbarisdisplayed($toplevel). This is particularly handy
for providing control via a Tk menu checkbutton item.