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how can i have the classic refedit toolbar in ribbon ui?

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dirtyacc

i like the float toolbar which will automatic show up in refedit instead of the contextual ribbon,but how can i like the toolbar to the refedit command just as the old classic userinterface?

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maratovich

Run the -TOOLBAR command with the “-” symbol, this is extremely important!
    Enter the name of the panel, for example, Standard (Standart) or Draw (Draw)
    Select the option Show (Shaw).
    The coveted panel appears in the workspace.
    Hiding the ribbon with the RIBBONCLOSE team
    Enable the drop-down menu by setting the value of the variable MENUBAR equal to 1 (0 - disabled)
    Right-click on the panel and turn on all the other necessary panels.
    For full compliance with the classic interface, you need to open the Standard (Standard), Styles (Styles), Layers (Layers), Properties (Properties), Draw (Edit), Modify, Workspaces (Worspaces).
    We arrange the panels on the working field (the panel bindings work!)
    Save the current workspace under the name, for example Classic interface
    Enjoy!

 

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dirtyacc
1 hour ago, maratovich said:

Run the -TOOLBAR command with the “-” symbol, this is extremely important!
    Enter the name of the panel, for example, Standard (Standart) or Draw (Draw)
    Select the option Show (Shaw).
    The coveted panel appears in the workspace.
    Hiding the ribbon with the RIBBONCLOSE team
    Enable the drop-down menu by setting the value of the variable MENUBAR equal to 1 (0 - disabled)
    Right-click on the panel and turn on all the other necessary panels.
    For full compliance with the classic interface, you need to open the Standard (Standard), Styles (Styles), Layers (Layers), Properties (Properties), Draw (Edit), Modify, Workspaces (Worspaces).
    We arrange the panels on the working field (the panel bindings work!)
    Save the current workspace under the name, for example Classic interface
    Enjoy!

 

OK, now I know how to bring it out. One more question, how can I link a toolbar to contextual workplace like the classic interface is? I mean, the reference edit toolbar show automatically only when I go in a refedit

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tombu

While there are Ribbon Contextual Tab States with display options it's not possible with Toolbars.  Honestly cannot remember when I used a Toolbar or a Menu Bar, it's been years at least.  Once you go Ribbon you never go back.

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