action bar

action bar

An on-screen toolbar displaying icons that are clicked or tapped to perform various functions. For example, the menu bar at the top of an Android app is called an action bar.
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To remove the bolt, it must be disengaged from the action bar. The spring-loaded pin in the bottom of the bolt is pushed toward the right side of the receiver, disengaging it from the mating hole in the action bar, allowing the bar to be pulled forward.
The quick action bar is also handy when performing actions without opening an email.
The 'contacts' section is now center-aligned, moved from next to the action bar. Even the fonts and other markers are now in a light blue colour.
As the bolt chambers the last cartridge from the magazine, the follower pushes the catch against the bottom of the right-hand action bar. Then as the fired case is ejected and the carrier reaches the limit of its rearward travel, the catch engages a deep notch in the bottom edge of the action bar.
The industry is concerned about the potential for costly lawsuits owing to a DOL rule provision allowing for a private cause of action by the class action bar. (Photo: Thinkstock)
Then an 870 action bar was tapered toward the muzzle ending in a heavy pin that extended into a slot cut forward of the two-shot magazine The pin engaged a gas piston that slid in the forward part of the magazine tube with a strong spring behind it to absorb recoil and push the bolt forward into battery as the gun cycled.
The Reising is cocked and a cartridge is placed in the chamber by pulling a peculiar, inaccessible "action bar" (located in a recess on the underside of the forearm) fully rearward and releasing it smartly--no mean feat with the gun in a firing position.
As these technologies rise in popularity, they are beginning to catch the eye of regulators and the plaintiffs' class action bar. Specifically, regulators and plaintiffs' attorneys are going after companies using such technologies on the theory that companies are not obtaining proper consent, are exceeding the scope of consent or are failing to utilize appropriate opt-out mechanisms concerning data collection.
interface includes an instant action bar so that the most commonly accessed
Mixing real-time progression with the ability to pause time and forward-plan attacks, you have to balance the moves allowed by an action bar against your ability to evade attacks while your powers recharge.
Data compiled by Joseph Grundfest for a Rock Center for Corporate Governance working paper show that the private securities class action bar filed more than 3,050 actions between 1997 and 2012, reaping settlements in excess of $73 billion, and filed approximately 47% of all class actions pending in federal courts between 2002 and 2004.
Email is easy to use and manage thanks to predictive search capabilities, a more visual action bar for seamless navigation, and the ability to nest mail folders for quicker access and convenience, the statement said.
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