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Tab Position

Tab Position

Tab Position

(OP)
In the Window Formatter (Clarion 5.x), I'm trying to insert a new Tab between two others.  When I use Control, Tab, it always adds the new Tab at the end of the others no matter where I click.  After adding a new Tab, I don't see how I can move it over (to the left) between two others.  I also tried Edit, Position, but the Tab Properties window box that comes up is blank -- as if it's not a tabbed option.

RE: Tab Position

Press F12 in your design screen to open the property editor in which you can move any control including tabs.

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RE: Tab Position

(OP)
Hmm.. F12 didn't do anything.  I can bring up the Tab Properties window, but I only have General, Extra, Color, Help and Action tabs.

RE: Tab Position

Sorry .. ignore the previous posts

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