Tabbed group background thingies

Dan Shafer revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 21 12:52:22 EST 2006


Probably you're just missing hide/show commands. That's the "trick" in
tabbed designs. Depending on how you've managed the tabs, you may need to do
that explicitly.

Check out the great tutorial at
http://www.sosmartsoftware.com/?r=revolution_didacticiels&l=en



On 3/21/06, Andy Calloway <a.calloway at callowaygreen.com> wrote:
>
> Having read a bit of Dan's book and gone through a couple of the RunRev
> demos, I thought I'd try to apply what I'd just learned so I went back to
> a
> stack with tabs on it. It's got three tabs and I've added some text
> fields,
> buttons etc to some of them. It worked fine, click on a tab and the new
> objects leap into view.
>
> Then I got too cocky and added another tab between the first and second
> one.
> Now, when I click on it, the items from the previous selected tab remain
> in
> place where I would really expect it to be blank.
>
> Have I missed something here?
>
> Andy.
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