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1. Is there some way to color the entire button on a toolbar, instead of just the little framed area it defaults to?
2. Is there some way to cause buttons to align ALL the way to the left on the toolbar, without the default margin?

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1. if you draw your own buttons, then you can.  You can also use the flat style so that their aren't any raised borders around the button

2. what is this default margin you are talking about?  Buttons on toolbars do go to the left already.  If you turn off the ability for a toolbar to float (ie dosked only) then that will make the toolbar go a bit further to the left.


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