For Android you will need manually create your own custom UI. If you wish to retain the same functionality you will need to hook up the toolbar switcher events manually. Here is some documentation on achieving that:
To hook up a button to trigger the switcher please see this method:
To update the toolbar switcher text after switching toolbars you can utilize this listener:
@ama I tried making a custom UI by using the BottomBarBuilder but the BottomBarBuilder won’t let me insert the ToolbarSwitcherButton into it. It will only let me include an icon with a title and an id. Is there a way I can take the ToolbarSwitcherButton and insert it into the bottom bar nav?
as the trigger for the view toggle. I set a case in my when statement in the override fun onToolbarOptionsItemSelected and when R.id.bottom_bar_view_toggle_btn is selected I trigger the view toggle bottom sheet pdfViewCtrlTabHostFragment?.handleToolSwitcherClicked(binding.root). Here’s my full code inserting the toolbarSwitcher trigger in the ViewerConfig:
You won’t be able to add the ToolbarSwitcher into the BottomBarBuilder by using addCustomSelectableButton. You will have to create your own native view which contains your own implementation of the ToolbarSwitcher using the methods I’ve included in my previous reply.