Event XbpTabPage():tabActivate Foundation

The tab of the XbpTabPage object has been activated.

:tabActivate := {| uNIL1, uNIL2, self | ... }
:tabActivate () --> self
xbeTab_TabActivate (1048896)

This method returns the object executing the method (self).


The xbeTab_TabActivate event is generated when the left mouse button is clicked on the tab of the XbpTabPage object. The callback method :tabActivate() is executed followed by the callback code block contained in the :tabActivate instance variable.

The callback method in the XbpTabPage class does not execute any code but is provided for user defined subclasses that use a callback method instead of a callback code block. If an object of the XbpTabPage class is used (rather than an object of a subclass), the code block contained in the :tabActivate callback slot must call the :maximize()method in order to bring the page to the foreground and make it visible.


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