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I want to run python script. I don't know the name of toolbar in python script language : menu toolbar, browser panel toolbar, and label toolbar. The screenshots of the toolbars for which I don't know the python names of are:

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To test the name of toolbar is true, I try to type in python script like this :

iface.menuToolBar().setVisible(False)

iface.browserpanelToolBar().setVisible(False)

iface.labelToolBar().setVisible(False)

But, the toolbar is still be visible. So the name of these toolbar is false. So, what the name of these toolbar?

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Based on the answer and comments on this post: Tool Bar visibility in PyQGIS, we can determine the name of these objects and set their visibility to False. If you go to the menubar and select Settings > Customization, you can see the types of objects used. In your case:

So, we can find all the names of objects which fall under each of those object types by using:

from PyQt4.QtGui import QToolBar, QDockWidget, QMenuBar

# Get list of all ToolBars
for x in iface.mainWindow().findChildren(QToolBar): 
    print x.objectName()

# Get list of all Dockwidgets
for x in iface.mainWindow().findChildren(QDockWidget): 
    print x.objectName()

# Get name of MenuBar
for x in iface.mainWindow().findChildren(QMenuBar): 
    print x.objectName()

Once we have determined the names of the objects you are interested in, we can hide them:

  • Menu Toolbar: iface.mainWindow().menuBar().setVisible(False)
  • Browser Panel: iface.mainWindow().findChild(QDockWidget,'Browser').setVisible(False)
  • Label Toolbar: iface.mainWindow().findChild(QToolBar,'mLabelToolBar').setVisible(False)

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