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Koda - Tab Control

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If I create a tab control in Koda, I can't add / navigate through tabs, so Koda for my current project is useless... Or is there a way around this? I was thinking setup the tab control in Koda, then add the tabs manually, then import it back into Koda. I'll try this now, but if anyone has a better idea I'd like to hear it.

Edit : Also I don't see a Menu Control in Koda, I may have just glanced over it.

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If I create a tab control in Koda, I can't add / navigate through tabs, so Koda for my current project is useless... Or is there a way around this? I was thinking setup the tab control in Koda, then add the tabs manually, then import it back into Koda. I'll try this now, but if anyone has a better idea I'd like to hear it.

I'm not understand what the problem is here. Probably help give you direction.

Edit : Also I don't see a Menu Control in Koda, I may have just glanced over it.

Menu is on the Standard tab.

Once again, you always have offline help by F1...

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Yeah solved them, and I didn't know Koda had a help file.

Edit : Uh, I made a tab control, with 2 tabs. Then on the second tab, I tried creating another tab control, but it doesn't work. How do I get around this?

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Edit : Uh, I made a tab control, with 2 tabs. Then on the second tab, I tried creating another tab control, but it doesn't work. How do I get around this?

It's Autoit limitation. You can use only one Tab control inside one GUI form.

Also Tab inside TabItems are not allowed.

Koda only follow these Autoit's rules.

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Yeah solved them, and I didn't know Koda had a help file.

Edit : Uh, I made a tab control, with 2 tabs. Then on the second tab, I tried creating another tab control, but it doesn't work. How do I get around this?

Tab in Tab is not doable with standard AutoIt controls, however that's not to say it can't be done.

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Why is AutoIt limited to 1 tab control?

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I tried importing it into Koda, but it's not editable, ah well.

You can have more than 1 tab control. You just can not have a Tab control inside of another one. In other words they can't be nested.

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