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In Vizlib Sheet Menu Plus, the Top Bar settings allow you to configure the properties for the navigation panel located at the top of your sheet, with separate settings for each of the Top Bar Buttons.
Title and Logo
If you Show a Title (Figure 1) you can select a Content option to specify where the title is displayed, set a Font Color and choose a Font Size.
Figure 1: Title
Enabling the Logo settings (Figure 2) allows you to use a logo image from a library or a URL with Use image from, set the Logo Mode, the Logo Opacity and alter the logo position using the cursor controls.
Figure 2: Logo and Title
Vizlib Actions settings (Figure 3) let you integrate the title and logo with Vizlib Actions. When you add an action, use Pick Action to set what type of action it should be.
Figure 3: Logo Actions
The Top Menu settings allow you to add and configure Top menu items to display in the top bar of the sheet menu. You can choose from two item types - Sheet adds a single item, while a Group allows you to collectively display more than menu item as a Child Item.
When you add a group (Figure 4), you can set the group Name, display an Icon, and select the icon type and position. You can also enable a Conditional Show, which will hides the group unless a condition is met.
Figure 4: Top Menu Group
If you want to add a sheet (Figure 5) you can set the group Name by selecting from the dropdown list of available sheets, display an Icon, and select the icon type and position. You can also enable a Conditional Show, which will hides the group unless a condition is met.
Figure 5: Top Menu Sheet
For groups and sheets, click Add Menu Item to add a new item (sheet or group).
Top Bar Buttons
Top Bar Buttons contains settings which manage buttons in the top bar. You can choose to always display these buttons, or display them only when a condition is fulfilled, as well as entering your own text descriptions and adding tooltip text.
Navigation, Save, Stories, Bookmarks, Previous Sheet, Next Sheet, Application and Side Menu buttons all contain settings for Visibility, a text box to enter a Show/Hide Condition for displaying the button, controls for customizing an Icon, and a text box for entering Button Text (Figure 6 shows Navigation as an example).
Figure 6: Top Bar Button Example
The Sheets button (Figure 7) has visibility and icon settings, with an additional dropdown to select the Content from the current sheet or some custom text.
Figure 7: Sheets
The Edit button (Figure 8) has settings for Visibility, entering a Show/Hide Condition, and displaying an Icon, but also has settings for entering Button Text (Edit mode), Button Text (Analysis mode), setting a color for the Edit mode Background, and choosing Edit Mode Font Color.
Figure 8: Edit
Custom Buttons contains settings for you to create your own custom button, and enable it to perform user-defined actions (e.g. making selections, opening) or display tooltips There are settings to enter a Show/Hide Condition for displaying the button, customizing an Icon, and entering Button Text. To add another custom button, click Add Button. Figure 9 .
Figure 9: Custom Buttons
If you click on Add Action, you'll open the Actions settings (Figure 10) which you can use to run an action after the button is clicked. You can use Pick Action to select the action, then add the information you need for the action to complete. If you'd like to add more than one action to the button, click Add Action again. If you'd like to know more about Vizlib Actions, you can find a full reference in our article here.
Figure 10: Actions