Is there any limitations on tab controls?
Suppose : I put one tab control on from and then I added ten tab pages on that control. Then I also put many other controls [txt,cbo,etc] on each tab page. After that, this tab control is not working property.
My Environment ~
1) .NET 2003
2) Win XP
4) RAM 512
5) 80 G HD
Any help would be appreciated.
In what way does it "not work properly?"
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1) I go to Last tab page.
2) I wanna go to first tab page.
Observe : Tab control do nothing at that time. Sometimes, I can go to any other tab pages. But sometimes, I can't go.
I've used the tab control a few times in VB.NET and I have to say it's probably the buggiest control I've ever seen. Most of the time I have to resort to editing the "Windows Form Designer generated code" to get things to display correctly. If it's tab ordering you are having a problem with that's where you want to look. However, without more information about your issue I'm not sure what else to suggest.
Are you saying that when you click the last tab page and then click the first tab page it does nothing?
I have put many controls on each tab page of tab control and also added ten tab pages to this tab control. I didn't give enough width for all ten tab pages so that whenever I click one page to another, I have to click the arrow button that is displayed at the top of tab control, to show a page that I wanna click. Firstly, I click the last tab page. then, you wanna click the frist tab page. At that time, tab control do nothing. Otherwise, The last tab page is still showing even I have clicked the Back Arrow of tab control.
Are any of the controls on your tab pages bound to or pulling data from external data sources or do you have any code that runs when you click on a particular tab page? I reproduced the problem you described by creating a TabControl with 10 pages then specified that if page 5 was clicked to enter an endless loop. This froze the tab pages in the manner you descibed. If you remark out all processing done by the controls on your tab pages does the problem still occur?
The problems that I am facing is not at runtime problem. It's design time problem.
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