|Build-A-Board®: for Windows; The Next Generation of Onscreen Keyboards; Version 2.20 Release 6; User's Guide|
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The Toolbar window is used to access various tools with the pointing device.
All of the Toolbar options are available via Menu Selections, or direct by keyboard (Function key). The Toolbar is just an aid to quickly access common options.
The Select option shifts the Cursor Tool to the Select mode, where keys can be selected, or groups of keys can be selected.
The Add option shifts the Cursor Tool to the Add mode, where keys can be added just by clicking and dragging, or single-clicking. When the Grid mode is On, multiple keys can be added by clicking and dragging - key size is controlled by the default key size (key property menu / reset in Options menu), and spacing is controlled by the current grid spacing.
The Grid option toggles the grid mode on and off. When in Grid mode, keys snap to grid points. Grid points can quickly be expanded/contracted with Shift-F3 and Shift-F4.
The Keys option toggles the Keys window visible or hidden.
The Build option initiates the Build process for the current project with the currently selected target.
The Run option runs the Test (within the Builder) run-time target (Windows run-time) to display and operate the most currently built target KBF.
To Show or Hide the Toolbar window, use View | View Toolbar. You may also right-click on the Toolbar window & select Hide to remove the window from the Build-A-Board workspace.
Note: The Toolbar is not user-modifiable