Developers have little control over the toolbars in Lotus Notes. In Lotus Notes 8, the toolbars that are on by default have been changed so that none of the static toolbars are on; only the context-sensitive toolbars are on. The context-sensitive toolbars for the client (not including Domino Designer or the Administration client) are:
- Document in read mode
- Document in edit mode
Several buttons have been added to the context-sensitive toolbars; specifically, Cut, Copy, and Paste have been added to the context-sensitive document-editing toolbar. Most business end-users should not need to turn on the static toolbars. If you deployed any custom toolbars, those toolbars are retained.
Note that Lotus Notes applications generally make use of action bars rather than the toolbar.