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I'm trying to write a java complex toolbar . i used a component addon that implements XToolbarController. i implemented the createWindowItem() method which takes controls from a custom Dialog and add them to toolbar Window. this works well when i load the extension in Libreoffice. But i want to have more control over the toolbar Window instance returned by createWindow().
i want to dynamicall add/remove controls from this Window createItemWindow() at runtime based on some Global events. I think that method createItemWindow() is called once when extension toolbar is created and there is probably no way to request this method on runtime .am i right?
so my questions:
-is the createItemWindow() method only requested once at custom toolbar creation?
-what if i need to dynamically re-create the Window createItemWindow() at runtime to update the controls inside the Window returned by createItemWindow() method? can we do that, and if yes how?
-is there a way i can get an instance of my toolbar so i can add and remove controls dynamically at runtime? if yes how can we do this (in java preferably)