How is the built-in controls made?
selid at broadpark.no
Wed Nov 9 14:45:06 CST 2005
both Eric and Andre
Now that I have "opened" the IDE stacks for reading, I guess I will be
occupied for a couple of weeks:-)
I'd still like an answer to one of my questions though. (If there is one.
I'm sure there is...)
"the built in (IDE stack) tab panel is actually a button. How is this
>>With the contextual menus:
>>1. Open the Rev Preferences (general pane) and check the "Contextual
>>menus work in Revolution windows".
>>2. Use the contextual menu (ctrl/right click) on any object in the IDE to
>>access its properties and its script.
>>With the App Browser:
>>1. Check the "View/Revolution UI Elements in Lists" menu item.
>>2. All IDE stacks will appear in the App Browser.
>>IDE stacks are one of the best tool for learning :-)
>>Hope this helps,
>>Best Regards from Paris,
Le 9 nov. 05 à 17:36, Jan Sælid a écrit :
> The more I program the more I want to customize my app, to make it look
> and work like I want it to.
> As an example I want to build a custom tab panel. What I'm curious about
> is how the built in tab panel
> in the tools palette is built. And where the script for those built in
> controls is? I know how to make custom tab panel
> and usually I do it by building a group. But the built in tab panel is
> actually a button. How is this possible?
> I think it also would be really useful to check out the script for those
> built in controls. Like the scrollbar.
> Is it possible to peek inside? I would learn a lot I think.....
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