All 4D productivity plug-ins are equipped with interface elements such as a menu bar, toolbars and scrollbars. They are set to appear by default to provide the user quick access to the most often used features. These features can be displayed and hidden manually by the user or procedurally by executing a specific command of the plug-in. Depending on how the plug-in is used, the ability to procedurally control when each element is displayed might be necessary, especially if the plug-in area is being used in read-only mode. This technical note will demonstrate how to control the display options manually and procedurally for 4D Chart, 4D Draw, 4D Write and 4D View.
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