[Gtk-sharp-list] MDI Solution?
chris at chrisseaton.com
Sun Dec 10 09:55:21 EST 2006
You can remove the tabs and then add them again.
On 10 Dec 2006, at 14:49, Carlos Adriano Portes wrote:
> Is there a way of make the tabs invisible? if so how?
> Thanks for reply!
> 2006/12/10, Chris Seaton <chris at chrisseaton.com>:
>> Yeah, that's easily done.
>> In your main window have a notebook control.
>> For each tab create a widget such as a table and pack all your
>> controls for that tab into it.
>> Then just add each of those widgets into the notebook.
>> On 10 Dec 2006, at 13:26, Carlos Adriano Portes wrote:
>> > Hi friends!
>> > I would like to know how I can develop an application that'd use
>> > of mdi (in this case tabs) but it is not a text-like application
>> > every tab is an instance, but rather they are different as it is a
>> > database application, for instance:
>> > A tab for the customers, another one for bills etc...
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