Tabbed button pattern

Sarah sarahr at genesearch.com.au
Mon Jun 3 18:12:01 CDT 2002


Whenever I use tabbed buttons, I make them the same size as the window. 
Use Geometry Manager or a resizeStack handler to make sure the tabbed 
button is always the same size as the window even after resizing and it 
looks great.

If you really need a border around something, you could try making it 
into a group and setting the group to show border.

Cheers,
Sarah

On Monday, June 3, 2002, at 07:24  PM, John wrote:

> Hi,
>
>    Just beginning to dive into rev and I seem to be getting hung up on 
> the simple stuff.  I created a stack (a substack) and placed a tabbed 
> button on the card.  Under OS X the tabbed button takes on the pattern 
> for an OS X window (light gray bars)  but the stack itself does not.  
> This does not look right.
>
>     How do I either set the the background of the tabbed button to be 
> the same as the window that contains it or set the window to have the 
> background?  If I force the window to have the pattern then I assume 
> that I am going to have to change the pattern for different operating 
> systems which is undesirable.  The tabbed button also seems to have no 
> border no matter the settings I give it.
>
>    Are tabbed buttons ready for prime time?
>
> Thanks,
> John Miskimins
>
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