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Q: Making the tabs of the TabPageEx control of 0 height

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574 Jul 10,2002 07:27 AM UTC Sep 18,2002 10:54 AM UTC WinForms 3
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Marc Algera
Asked On July 10, 2002 07:27 AM UTC

Hi, Does anyone kown how to make TabPageEx Items of height 0. I’m trying to make a wizard and I thought the best solution would be to use the tab control (easy in design time). But I need to make the taps height zero. Setting the itemSize property = Size(0,0) does not work. Is there anyway of achieving this? Marc Algera Marca@distel.nl

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 10, 2002 08:40 AM UTC

Hi, A better way is to use the CardLayout manager. It manages a set of "Cards" (could be Panels in your case) within a Parent Control (could be another Panel) and also provides a easy design-time to switch between the different cards easily. -Praveen Ramesh Syncfusion, Inc

Rollan Mosko
Replied On September 16, 2002 07:06 PM UTC

Hi Praveen, I'm doing something similar as well where I have a couple of radio buttons and want to selectively display controls depending on the option selected. I tried using a TabControlEx as a container for the cardlayout control and it doesn't seem to work as intended. The cardlayout seems more useful building controls from code as opposed to design time(as some of syncfusions samples show). The zero height TabControl would be ideal so we can add/refine our controls easily during design-time without a confusing mess of controls overlayed on top of each other. thanks, Rollan

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 18, 2002 10:54 AM UTC

Rollan, Using a CardLayout and TabControlExt togather seems very redundant. Did you notice that when you double-click on the CardLayout's "CardNames" property in the designer (or select a new "Card" in the property bag's dropdown), you could easily switch between the different "Cards". Regards, Praveen Ramesh

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