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Cower
Created : 09 April 2010
 
System : Mac
Language : C#

NTabView

Tab view from my NToolkit framework

This is a subclass of NSTabView that has no border and just a tab strip at the top. You use it the same way you would a regular NSTabView, so there's not really any need for much explanation. The height of the tab strip is changeable, although it'll probably look odd at heights less than 40 or so. The color of highlighted tabs can be changed, just look at the properties in the header.

Looks like this (in a HUD window, anyway):







This sourcecode is licensed under the MIT license, as is the case with pretty much everything I write (although most of what I write and post on here is not licensed, I'm making an exception for this). I do not know if this works in GNUStep, so don't ask.

 

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