How can I hide/show XMind's toolbar in order to have larger working space; notice that Full Screen mode is not helpful because it is NOT particularly designed for full functioning mindmaps.
Press Ctrl+Shift+L to open up the list of XMind customizable functions; from the list find "Toggle Toolbar Visibility" and double click it. Done.
Your can also assign a hotkey to toggle toolbar visibility from menu Edit -> Preferences -> Keys
Thanks to @JSanchez and @ramhound for their contributions though weren't the true answer.
While it can be hidden, you won't gain any more screen real estate, as the place holder for the toolbar remains. There are two classes you can hide:
[CLASS:ReBarWindow32; INSTANCE:1] and
ReBarWindow32 resides within
SWT_Window0 so you can just hide the latter and the toolbar will disappear. The code below is a very simple (no error checking of any kind) AutoIt! script that does just that. Download and install AutoIt!, copy and paste the code, press F5 and if XMind is open, watch the toolbar appear and disappear as you run the script.
Someone smarter than me can probably make it work better. :-)
If WinExists("XMind") Then WinActivate("XMind") $hndWindow = WinGetHandle("XMind") ConsoleWrite("Handle: " & $hndWindow & @CRLF) $hndTBar = ControlGetHandle($hndWindow,"","[CLASS:SWT_Window0; INSTANCE:2]") ;[CLASS:SWT_Window0; INSTANCE:2] [CLASS:ReBarWindow32; INSTANCE:1] ConsoleWrite("TBar Handle: " & $hndTBar & @CRLF) if ControlCommand($hndTBar,"","","IsVisible") Then $retVal = ControlHide($hndTBar,"","") Else $retVal = ControlShow($hndTBar,"","") EndIf ConsoleWrite("retVal: " & $retVal & @CRLF) EndIf