This video shows how to configure the toolbar. It demonstrates both adding and removing buttons, as well as configuring language settings.
Next is the toolbar setup. This is where you configure which buttons will be available to the user when this profile is active.
You can load a sample toolbar by clicking the “Basic”, “Advanced” or “Full” text links. When you do, you’ll notice the buttons in the “Used buttons” section update to reflect each option. You can also drag and drop buttons from the “All buttons” section into the “Used buttons” section to add them to the toolbar. The vertical lines in the second to last row are used to group buttons, and the horizontal lines in the last row add a space between buttons. I’ll select the basic set and add a group line after the bulleted list button, and remove the spacer to show you how they look.
So you can see that the spacer just adds the small vertical line, while the group separates the buttons into an entire new group.
Keep in mind that some buttons you add must be supported by your text format. For example, the underline button won’t be effective unless your text format allows the “<u>” tag. If one of your buttons doesn’t seem to be taking effect, check the plain text version of your text field to see which tag isn’t taking effect, and make sure it is allowed in the text format being used.