Barres d'actions des outils

Créer vos propres barres d'outils personnalisables avec le composant « ActionToolBar »

Si les pages de Kirigami vous permettent de placer facilement un ensemble d'actions dans l'en-tête de la page, il y a quelques fois où vous préfériez quelque chose de plus souple.

Kirigami provides the component Kirigami.ActionToolBar . It displays a list of Kirigami.Action objects and will display as many of them as possible, providing an overflow menu for the ones that don't fit. The ActionToolBar is dynamic and will move actions in and out of the overflow menu depending on the size available to it.

Création de notre première ActionToolBar

The layout and location of your Kirigami.ActionToolBar are really up to you, though for the sake of user-friendliness it is usually a good idea to stick to UI conventions and put your toolbar near the top or bottom of your page and to have it spread width wise.

Like most other action-holding components, Kirigami.ActionToolBar has an actions property. We can assign an array of Kirigami.Action components to this property.

import QtQuick 2.15
import QtQuick.Controls 2.15 as Controls
import QtQuick.Layouts 1.15
import org.kde.kirigami 2.20 as Kirigami

Kirigami.Page {

    Kirigami.ActionToolBar {
        anchors.fill: parent

         actions: [
            Kirigami.Action { 
                text: "Beep" 
                icon.name: "notifications" 
                onTriggered: showPassiveNotification("BEEP!") 
            },
            Kirigami.Action { 
                text: "Action Menu" 
                icon.name: "overflow-menu"

                Kirigami.Action { 
                    text: "Deet"; 
                    icon.name: "notifications" 
                    onTriggered: showPassiveNotification("DEET!") 
                }
                Kirigami.Action { 
                    text: "Doot"; 
                    icon.name: "notifications" 
                    onTriggered: showPassiveNotification("DOOT!") 
                }
            },
            Kirigami.Action {
                icon.name: "search"
                displayComponent: Kirigami.SearchField { }
            }
        ]
    }

}
ActionToolBar avec suffisamment d'espace pour tous les enfants

ActionToolBar avec suffisamment d'espace pour tous les enfants

ActionToolBar avec menu de débordement contenant des fils

ActionToolBar avec menu de débordement contenant des fils

Alignement

By default, actions in the ActionToolBar will be left aligned. This might not be desirable in all situations. Thankfully we can change this with the alignment property. We can set this property to a range of values, but the three most relevant ones are Qt.AlignLeft, Qt.AlignCenter, and Qt.AlignRight (which deal with horizontal alignment ).

Controls.GroupBox {
    Layout.fillWidth: true
        
    Kirigami.ActionToolBar {
        anchors.fill: parent

        alignment: Qt.AlignCenter

        actions: [
            Kirigami.Action { 
                text: "Beep" 
                icon.name: "notifications" 
                onTriggered: showPassiveNotification("BEEP!") 
            }
        ]
    }
    
}