docmann docmann at
Sun Jan 2 14:35:53 EST 2005

Hello Robert, from one noob to another. :)

I'm not sure if what you want can be done using only one card, but it
can be easily done using a card for each tab. Basically, you make your
tab control act as a background object so it displays on each card and
then script the tab control to open to the correct card.

Have a look at the video tutorial covering window objects for exact
instructions. (About 6 mins deep into the video.)

I too would be interested in knowing if it can be accomplished using
only one card though.


On Sun, 2 Jan 2005 11:18:47 -0800 (PST), Robert Sabo
<viper4559 at> wrote:
> Yeah yeah yeah, I know im a noob. I created a tab
> panel and have 3 tabs in it. I want every section to
> be different obviously which is why I created a tab
> panel. However my guess is that when I dragged things
> over it just placed it ontop of the tab panel and not
> in it. Which is why when I switch tabs it doesn't
> change. How would I get the buttons and labels and
> fields that are on the card into this tab panel?
> Thanks
> nOObert aka Robert
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