We are having trouble passing a web application to HCL Nomad, because customers don't understand the use of the standard Toolbar!
Our application has no categorizations in the view and no frames, nor the email forwarding buttons are useless!
And the customer asks why buttons appear in the Toolbar that are not used in the application.
We have to explain to the users of the system that the toolbar is universal and has use for other types of applications, but this is not good, as the customer complains about usability and as there is no description on the buttons, it causes confusion for users
My suggestion is to be able to disable the toolbar buttons as is done in the Notes Client in Preferences> Customize Toolbar, either via policy or via MarvelClient.
Most of the Toolbar buttons if needed in the application can be inserted by the Designer with simple @Commands, example from @Command ([ViewShowSearchBar]), @Command ([ReloadWindow]), @Command ([ViewExpandAll]), @Command ( [ViewCollapseAll]), @Command ([MailForward])