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An element used to create a status bar, usually placed along the bottom of a window. It is virtually equivalent to a standard box, but may be rendered differently. Contains
<statusbar> <statusbarpanel label="Left panel"/> <spacer flex="1"/> <progressmeter mode="determined" value="82"/> <statusbarpanel label="Right panel"/> </statusbar>
Inherited from XUL element
- Type: integer
- A value indicating the type of accessibility object for the element.