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Re: Move ActionItem from Onbar to Overflow and vise versa

I'm also doing this in some cases:

some ActionItems already added because they're always there

some ActinItems as attachedObjects

then add / remove depending on situation

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Re: Move ActionItem from Onbar to Overflow and vise versa

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yes, I changed the actions in the "onCompleted" call. here's my code (modified a bit, so I don't get in trouble Smiley Very Happy )

 

    onCreationCompleted: {
        var actionArray = [ soAction, faAction, moAction, geAction, sortAction ];
        if (hasPrivilege(402)) {
            actionArray.push(noAction);
        }
        if (hasPrivilege(403)) {
            actionArray.unshift(exDAction, exAction);
        } 
        myPage.actions = actionArray;
    }

 

of course, it is not like your idea being dynamic, but maybe you can define an array 'playingActions' and 'notPlayingActions', and set it to your page as you need it?

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Registered: ‎11-23-2010
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Re: Move ActionItem from Onbar to Overflow and vise versa

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@pyth, Interesting idea, thx for sharing. I'm not sure if I'm going to use it, but definetely is worth to look at. It's always good to know how other developers deal with similar issues.