New article Graphical Interfaces VII: The Tabs Control (Chapter 2) has been published:
The first chapter of seventh part introduced three classes of controls for creating tables: text label table (CLabelsTable), edit box table (CTable) and rendered table (CCanvasTable). In this article (chapter two) we are going to consider the Tabs control.
Tabs are used to control the display of predefined sets of graphical
interface controls. Often, multi-functional applications require a large
number of controls to be fit into a confined space allocated for the
graphical interface. Tabs can be used to group the controls by
categories and to display only the currently needed group. This makes
the interface much more accessible and more intuitive for the end user.
On the surface, the tabs look like a group of buttons with labels (name
of the controls group). At the same time, only one of them can be
Let us enumerate all components of this control.
Fig. 1. Components of the Tabs control.
us create four modes to position the tabs relative to the area, where
other controls will be placed: top, bottom, left and right.
Author: Anatoli Kazharski
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