The WinForms ToolBar control (XPToolbar) is a Microsoft Visual Studio-inspired standalone toolbar control that can be used to load shortcut options and place them conveniently anywhere within the application for better access.
Supports various kinds of controls, such as label, text box, combo box, drop-down list, list, and so on. Users can order the commands based on their priority with ease.
Using docking option, end-users can move the control around the form and dock either at the top, bottom, or sides.
When the chevron option is enabled, a drop-down arrow appears on the toolbar, allowing users to show or hide additional commands.
The state of the toolbar items can be serialized and saved, and this state can be restored later through built-in deserialization options.
Supports displaying richly formatted and informative content about a toolbar item via tooltip while mouse hovering over it.
The WinForms toolbar control (XPToolbar) ships with built-in themes like Office 2003, Office 2007, Office 2010, Office 2016, Office XP, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2010, and Metro.
Customize the appearance of the control to any extent programmatically.
Allows accessing toolbar items by defining shortcut and mnemonic keys for individual items. It is capable of navigating between those items using keyboard shortcuts.
Allows users to customize the text available in the user interface based on local culture.
The text direction and layout of the toolbar can be displayed in right-to-left (RTL) orientation.