On 24/10/2007 at 12:16, Katarina Machalkova email@example.com wrote:
I've noticed you'd like to use tabs for navigation in dialogs (which I fully support, we've used tab navigation in yast2-network module and users seem to be quite comfortable with that). However, should you need more than 4-5 tabs, you'd better consider using tree navigation in the left panel.
One way, or another, you'll need CWM. As I realised today, CWM documentation is publicly available, but well hidden :) For the time being, you can use docbook sources from our Subversion: http://svn.opensuse.org/viewcvs/yast/trunk/yast2/library/cwm/doc/ For the future, we should consider making this CWM tutorial a wiki page on opensuse.org Cheers
thank you very much for this information. I was already wondering how I'll have to implement the tabs and only found dumbtab so far. Not sure if it would have been the right thing.
This is my first try I give on putting some effort in a yast module and who knows; maybe it get's usable ;)
so I'm glad for all the infos I can get.
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