Using a few special techniques, it is possible to build a tab panel using GUIDE.
modify line 114 of tabpanelfcn.m
"all_panel_children = [all_panel_children, this_set];"
"all_panel_children = [all_panel_children; this_set];"
I can't use this Tabpanel, my version is 2017A.
I am a novice in matlab. I just downloaded the zip but I dunno know how to use it. Anyone who can give a comment?
Maybe this can help me! Thanks!
Dear "dont ask",
What is your real name?
More importantly everything you ask is in the comments in the code, and the specialized heavy lifting is all separated out into the only other .m file. I'm left to wonder: did you even look at the code?
on another note, Tabs in guis is over a decade old (VB anyone?), that mathworks can't figure out how to add this to their basic gui builder is beyond ridiculous.
To organize complex guis, I now just have one gui call another because it is a pain to go back through LAYERS of objects to edit any of them.
What do you call to change tabs in the code? Also how do you determine the current tab you are on in the code?
This is a good simple example of how to mimic tabs in Matlab GUIs. In our own code we can make small changes to make tabs more realistic.
This example is useless. It doesn't have any look and feel of the tabbed environment.
So good, after all this years.
this is very nice and for my application i need one more tab so pls suggest me the things to be added and changed in the code.
thanks in advance.
Hi! Good one... but is there any solution for putting panel on the tab?
Thank you very much. It helps me lot for finish my program. Very usefull
Thanks. Wwill be useful for me...
Thanks, this is what i am looking for, too. Very helpful to my final year project.
Great Stuff! Just what I was looking for. Keep up the good work!
Good, just what i am looking for. Tested under win 2k with matlba released121, working perfect. But under win 98 and NT with matlab released 12, error found.