I can live with the toolbar stuck at the top (at least for now.)
What might be helpful is a simple example that had some menu items and a toolbar.
In my case, my call to create a menu option is:
Actions.Add(new ViewAction("Customers", execute: (a, o) => Controller.Action("Customer", "List"), category: "Customer")
Significance = ViewActionSignificance.AboveNormal,
ActionView = Controller.LoadView(StandardViews.LargeText03),
ActionViewModel = new CustomerListViewModel()
What do I do different to get the same option to also appear in a toolbar? Since I don't see any specific statement that forces this to be a menu, I don't know what I would change to have it go into a toolbar.
I tried to use the following to create a toolbar, but this didn't work:
I then tried:
ViewActionToolbar foo = new ViewActionToolbar();
But then couldn't figure out what to do with foo (it doesn't seem to have an items, buttons, Add(), viewxxx, or other method/property to which I could add buttons.
I am sure it's really simple, I just seem to be missing it.