Has anyone been able to overlap pull out tabs? I have a layout that contains 5 tabs that pull down from the top of the screen, each tab has an area that is the full width (768px). Because the first tab stretches the width of the screen, it appears to block the other tabs, preventing them from being pulled down. I've tried cropping the container frame around the other tabs but that doesn't seem to work.
Has anyone found a workaround to this? Screenshot attached to illustrate my issue.
Yes Bob, you´re right as usual .
I´m trying different things but nothing seems to works, just ended withthe same result Tiim says in the 4 reply, but i´m not giving in, there is always a way to do the things, i´ll keep trying when i have enought time (always a problem).
So, in using an MSO, the content would "appear" instead of drag out, yes? There is no way to have it look like it is being pulled out without it actually being a pull-out tab/scrolling frame, is there? I know that seems silly, but if I could even achieve the look of pull-out tabs, I would be happy
A convoluted way might be to build an MSO with a series of frames, each one moving the tab further into the frame. If you set it to auto play it would appear to slide in. But to me, that would go against the object's obvious usability. I would think a user would expect to slide a tab, not tap it.
I agree. I am trying to see if the layout will adjust to have the tabs still stacked, but now just have each tab pull out and then have a vertical scrolling frame so the user can view the full content, but not sure how it will fly to have them pull and then scroll.