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So I got the bright idea of taking three tabs and combining them into one tab, to reduce the number of tabs on my gui. These three tabs have a total of four "parts", but the user only uses the parts one at a time based on the selection in the treeview. My idea was simple, hide the three parts not being used at that moment, changing parts hidden and shown based on the choice the user made in the treeview. The problem is, there are so many parts that you can watch the groups, combos, checkboxes, inputs, etc disappear and appear instead of being a smooth transition.

Is there a _beginupdate/_endupdate function that I could use to cover the entire tab or even gui? I've tried several things, even trying my own _SendMessage (might be wrong on the name here, don't have the editor open to check), but nothing worked right. Just need a little help getting pointed in the right direction.

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You might be better of to go back to the tabs but with a different approach. Tabs on tabs. See



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