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Delphi 7, ActionToolBar question

Posted on 2003-11-10
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Hi All,
 I am looking to add a button to my ActionToolBar which looks like the Back button on IE 6 on XP. It has a icon, Name and also a DownArrow which gives a list of alternate selections.
 I am programming on Delphi 7 on XP
Appreciate the help.
Thanks,
Preetham
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Place a second button right next to your "back" button and assign a popupmenu to the dropdown button.

You may have to add a action that does nothing but show the popup menu and drag the action onto your toolbar.
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The style of the buttons on IE seem to be different...
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Are you using an XPManafest and XPColorMap?
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