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  • show hide panels in panelnavigator defined as tabband

    Recently this feature was added:

    "The PanelNavigator is commonly used in building mobile applications. This control, when in Carousel mode allows you to swipe through a series of PanelCards in the order in which the PanelCards were defined. However, in certain applications you might want to dynamically turn a PanelCard off or on so that it is skipped when swiping through the PanelCards in a PanelNavigator.

    In this video we show how this is done.

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    Date added: 2020-03-10"

    I tried to do the same when in tabband mode, and that didn't work.
    However, I'm not on the last build and cannot test it right now on the last build.

    Can somebody who is at the last build please clarify wether it is only possible if a navigator is in carousel mode, or that in the lastest build it also works in tabband mode?

    (I know of the removepanel option, but that I cannot use, really need to be able to toggle visibility).

    Thanks in advance
    Ger Kurvers
    Alpha Anywhere / V4.6.1.9- Build 6488
    Development: Mysql, windows 10 64 Applicationserver: standard on Windows server 2012 R2

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    You can always download the latest build and install it into its own folder, then run the executable from that folder. Just because you download the latest version, you do not have to run all of your apps in that latest version, only the ones you want.

    Of course, if you host your apps remotely, you will need to download the corresponding Alpha Web App Server. Just make sure that you run the development copy and the Web App server in sync.

    Jay
    Jay Talbott
    Lexington, KY

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jay Talbott View Post
      You can always download the latest build and install it into its own folder, then run the executable from that folder. Just because you download the latest version, you do not have to run all of your apps in that latest version, only the ones you want.

      Of course, if you host your apps remotely, you will need to download the corresponding Alpha Web App Server. Just make sure that you run the development copy and the Web App server in sync.

      Jay
      Thanks Jay,

      I know, but that takes right now too much time for me. Wil have to wait until we are on that version and use a work around until then.


      Kind regards,

      Ger
      Ger Kurvers
      Alpha Anywhere / V4.6.1.9- Build 6488
      Development: Mysql, windows 10 64 Applicationserver: standard on Windows server 2012 R2

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        Can you put the controls in a container and simply show/hide that based on your needs?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by CharlesParker View Post
          Can you put the controls in a container and simply show/hide that based on your needs?
          Thanks Charles, unfortunately not. At that tab of the tabband I load another ux in a panel of the the panelnavigator. It's that action I want to prevent. In some cases I don't want to do that, and I have a flag for that.
          As work around I now test that flag and instead of loading aI display a message.

          But of course a much more elegant solution would be to hide in those cases the tab (and the space it takes in the tabband!) altogether.
          Ger Kurvers
          Alpha Anywhere / V4.6.1.9- Build 6488
          Development: Mysql, windows 10 64 Applicationserver: standard on Windows server 2012 R2

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