What you're seeing is the correct behavior at this time. There is no programmatic access to the toolbars, and any plugin or script written for Acrobat 9 which attempts to load a toolbar button will instead create an entry in the Tools Pane, the panel title of which will reflect the name the plugin registers with the API. The user can choose to drag and drop the button onto the Quick Tools area, but the plugin cannot do that for them.
See Joel's blog for an overview of the changes in the Acrobat X Family which affect plugin developers.
Thanks for your quick help.
"The user can choose to drag and drop the button onto the Quick Tools area, but the plugin cannot do that for them."
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Please note that I am using Adobe Reader X and not Adobe Acrobat X Pro. I believe that the Quick Tools area is only available in Acrobat X Pro and not with Reader X.
Could you please let me know how can I place my plug-in buttons on to the toolbar area with Adobe Reader X?
I am having similar issues. The article while telling you what no longer work isn't very helpful. Plus the icons we have get cut off if you leave the Plug-Ins under Tools expanded when you leave, next time you come in an go to Plug-Ins they show about 25% fo the icons. But if you shrink down Plug-Ins before leaving it is fine when you come in next.
Me again, any solution to fix the issue about ICON was cut-off in Tools pane?
I got same issue now. Very bad, I think it's a bug in Reader X. But nobody will work on this bug currently.
I opened case 0182505741 with Adobe and they are considering fixing it. I'm not sure of the priority and the communication on status of issues is not good at best I think.
For now we'll just have to tell our customers, the left icon is X and the right icon is Y, regardless of what you can see.
I see. Thanks for your information. So, the only thing we can do is waiting now.
Hope Adobe DEV can fix this defect in a short time. I think it's high priority bug. But maybe Adobe DEV doesn't think like that.