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iwidgets::tabnotebook(1)	[incr Widgets]	      iwidgets::tabnotebook(1)

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NAME
       iwidgets::tabnotebook - create and manipulate tabnotebook widgets

SYNOPSIS
       iwidgets::tabnotebook pathName? options?

INHERITANCE
       itk::Widget <- iwidgets::Tabnotebook

STANDARD OPTIONS
       background  disabledForeground  foreground  scrollCommand
       cursor	   font		       height	   width

       See the "options" manual	entry for details on the standard options.

WIDGET-SPECIFIC	OPTIONS
       Name:	       angle
       Class:	       Angle
       Command-Line Switch:	      -angle

	      Specifes	the  angle  of	slope from the inner edge to the outer
	      edge of the tab.	An angle of 0  specifies  square  tabs.	 Valid
	      ranges  are 0 to 45 degrees inclusive. Default is	15 degrees. If
	      tabPos is	e or w,	this option is ignored.

       Name:	       auto
       Class:	       Auto
       Command-Line Switch:	      -auto

	      Specifies	whether	to use the automatic  packing/unpacking	 algo-
	      rithm  of	 the  notebook.	 A  value  of true indicates that page
	      frames will be unpacked and packed acoording  to	the  algorithm
	      described	 in  the  select  command. A value of false leaves the
	      current page packed and subsequent selects,  next,  or  previous
	      commands	do  not	switch pages automatically. In either case the
	      page's associated	command	(see the add command's description  of
	      the  command  option)  is	invoked. The value may have any	of the
	      forms accepted by	the Tcl_GetBoolean, such as true, false, 0, 1,
	      yes, or no.

       Name:	       backdrop
       Class:	       Backdrop
       Command-Line Switch:	      -backdrop

	      Specifies	a background color to use when filling in the backdrop
	      area behind the tabs.

       Name:	       background
       Class:	       Background
       Command-Line Switch:	      -background

	      Specifies	a background color to use for displaying  a  page  and
	      its  associated  tab. This can be	thought	of as the selected tab
	      background color,	since the tab  associated  with	 the  selected
	      page is the selected tab.

       Name:	       bevelAmount
       Class:	       BevelAmount
       Command-Line Switch:	      -bevelamount

	      Specifes the size	of tab corners.	A value	of 0 with angle	set to
	      0	results	in square tabs.	A bevelAmount of 4, means that the tab
	      will  be drawn with angled corners that cut in 4 pixels from the
	      edge of the tab. The default is 0.

       Name:	       borderWidth
       Class:	       BorderWidth
       Command-Line Switch:	      -borderwidth

	      Specifies	the width of shadowed border to	place around the note-
	      book area	of the tabnotebook. The	default	value is 2.

       Name:	       disabledForeground
       Class:	       DisabledForeground
       Command-Line Switch:	      -disabledforeground

	      Specifies	a foreground color to use for displaying a tab's label
	      when its state is	disabled.

       Name:	       equalTabs
       Class:	       EqualTabs
       Command-Line Switch:	      -equaltabs

	      Specifies	whether	to force tabs to be  equal  sized  or  not.  A
	      value of true means constrain tabs to be equal sized. A value of
	      false allows each	tab to size based on the text label size.  The
	      value  may have any of the forms accepted	by the Tcl_GetBoolean,
	      such as true, false, 0, 1, yes, or no.

	      For horizontally positioned tabs (tabpos is either s or n), true
	      forces  all tabs to be equal width (the width being equal	to the
	      longest label plus any padX specified). Horizontal tabs are  al-
	      ways equal in height.

	      For  vertically  positioned tabs (tabpos is either w or e), true
	      forces all tabs to be equal height (the height  being  equal  to
	      the  height of the label with the	largest	font). Vertically ori-
	      ented tabs are always equal in width.

       Name:	       foreground
       Class:	       Foreground
       Command-Line Switch:	      -foreground

	      Specifies	a foreground color to use for displaying  a  page  and
	      its associated tab label.	This can be thought of as the selected
	      tab background color, since the tab associated with the selected
	      page is the selected tab.

       Name:	       gap
       Class:	       Gap
       Command-Line Switch:	      -gap

	      Specifies	 the  amount of	pixel space to place between each tab.
	      Value may	be any pixel offset value. In addition,	a special key-
	      word  overlap  can  be  used  as the value to achieve a standard
	      overlap of tabs. This value may have any of the forms acceptable
	      to Tk_GetPixels.

       Name:	       margin
       Class:	       Margin
       Command-Line Switch:	      -Bmargin

	      Specifies	 the amount of space to	place between the outside edge
	      of the tabnotebook and the outside edge of its tabs.  If	tabPos
	      is s, this is the	amount of space	between	the bottom edge	of the
	      tabnotebook and the bottom edge of the set of tabs. If tabPos is
	      n,  this is the amount of	space between the top edge of the tab-
	      notebook and the top edge	of the set of tabs. If	tabPos	is  e,
	      this  is	the amount of space between the	right edge of the tab-
	      notebook and the right edge of the set of	tabs. If tabPos	is  w,
	      this  is	the  amount of space between the left edge of the tab-
	      notebook and the left edge of the	set of tabs.  This  value  may
	      have any of the forms acceptable to Tk_GetPixels.

       Name:	       padX
       Class:	       PadX
       Command-Line Switch:	      -padx

	      Specifies	 a  non-negative value indicating how much extra space
	      to request for a tab around its label in the  X-direction.  When
	      computing	 how  large  a	window it needs, the tab will add this
	      amount to	the width it would normally need The tab will  end  up
	      with  extra internal space to the	left and right of its text la-
	      bel. This	value may have any of the forms	acceptable to  Tk_Get-
	      Pixels.

       Name:	       padY
       Class:	       PadY
       Command-Line Switch:	      -pady

	      Specifies	 a  non-negative value indicating how much extra space
	      to request for a tab around its label in the  Y-direction.  When
	      computing	 how  large  a	window it needs, the tab will add this
	      amount to	the height it would normally need The tab will end  up
	      with  extra internal space to the	top and	bottom of its text la-
	      bel. This	value may have any of the forms	acceptable to  Tk_Get-
	      Pixels.

       Name:	       raiseSelect
       Class:	       RaiseSelect
       Command-Line Switch:	      -raiseselect

	      Specifes	whether	 to  slightly  raise the selected tab from the
	      rest of the tabs.	The selected tab is drawn 2 pixels  closer  to
	      the outside of the tabnotebook than the unselected tabs. A value
	      of true says to raise selected tabs, a value of false turns this
	      feature off. The default is false. The value may have any	of the
	      forms accepted by	the Tcl_GetBoolean, such as true, false, 0, 1,
	      yes, or no.

       Name:	       start
       Class:	       Start
       Command-Line Switch:	      -start

	      Specifies	 the  amount of	space to place between the left	or top
	      edge of the tabnotebook and the starting edge of its  tabs.  For
	      horizontally  positioned	tabs,  this is the amount of space be-
	      tween the	left edge of the notebook and the  left	 edge  of  the
	      first tab. For vertically	positioned tabs, this is the amount of
	      space between the	top of the notebook and	the top	of  the	 first
	      tab.  This  value	 may  change  if the user performs a MButton-2
	      scroll on	the tabs. This value may have any of the forms accept-
	      able to Tk_GetPixels.

       Name:	       state
       Class:	       State
       Command-Line Switch:	      -state

	      Sets  the	active state of	the tabnotebook. Specifying normal al-
	      lows all pages to	be selectable.	Specifying  disabled  disables
	      the  notebook causing all	page tabs to be	drawn in the disabled-
	      Foreground color.

       Name:	       tabBackground
       Class:	       TabBackground
       Command-Line Switch:	      -tabbackground

	      Specifies	a background color to use  for	displaying  tab	 back-
	      grounds  when  they  are	in their unselected state. This	is the
	      background associated with tabs on all pages other than the  se-
	      lected page.

       Name:	       tabBorders
       Class:	       TabBorders
       Command-Line Switch:	      -tabborders

	      Specifies	 whether  to draw the borders of tabs that are not se-
	      lected.  Specifying true	(the  default)	draws  these  borders,
	      specifying  false	draws only the border around the selected tab.
	      The value	may have any of	the forms  accepted  by	 the  Tcl_Get-
	      Boolean, such as true, false, 0, 1, yes, or no.

       Name:	       tabForeground
       Class:	       TabForeground
       Command-Line Switch:	      -tabforeground

	      Specifies	 a  foreground	color to use for displaying tab	labels
	      when they	are in their unselected	state. This is the  foreground
	      associated with tabs on all pages	other than the selected	page.

       Name:	       tabPos
       Class:	       TabPos
       Command-Line Switch:	      -tabpos

	      Specifies	 the  location	of  the	set of tabs in relation	to the
	      notebook area. Must be n,	s, e, or w. Defaults to	s.
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DESCRIPTION
       The iwidgets::tabnotebook command creates a new window  (given  by  the
       pathName	 argument)  and	makes it into a	tabnotebook widget. Additional
       options,	described above	may be specified on the	command	line or	in the
       option  database	 to  configure	aspects	of the tabnotebook such	as its
       colors, font, and text. The iwidgets::tabnotebook command  returns  its
       pathName	 argument. At the time this command is invoked,	there must not
       exist a window named pathName, but pathName's parent must exist.

       A tabnotebook is	a widget that contains a set of	tabbed pages. It  dis-
       plays  one  page	 from the set as the selected page. A Tab displays the
       label for the page to which it is attached and serves as	a page	selec-
       tor.  When  a page's tab	is selected, the page's	contents are displayed
       in the page area. The selected tab has a	 three-dimensional  effect  to
       make it appear to float above the other tabs. The tabs are displayed as
       a group along either the	left, top, right, or bottom edge.  When	 first
       created a tabnotebook has no pages. Pages may be	added or deleted using
       widget commands described below.

       A special option	may be provided	to the tabnotebook. The	 -auto	option
       specifies whether the tabnotebook will automatically handle the unpack-
       ing and packing of pages	when pages are selected. A value of true  sig-
       nifies  that the	notebook will automatically manage it. This is the de-
       fault value. A value of false signifies the notebook will  not  perform
       automatic switching of pages.

NOTEBOOK PAGES
       A  tabnotebook's	 pages area contains a single child site frame.	When a
       new page	is created it is a child of this frame.	The page's child  site
       frame  serves  as a geometry container for applications to pack widgets
       into. It	is this	frame that is automatically unpacked  or  packed  when
       the auto	option is true.	This creates the effect	of one page being vis-
       ible at a time. When a new page is selected,  the  previously  selected
       page's  child  site  frame  is automatically unpacked from the tabnote-
       book's child site frame and the newly selected  page's  child  site  is
       packed into the tabnotebook's child site	frame.

       However,	 sometimes it is desirable to handle page changes in a differ-
       ent manner. By specifying the auto option as false, child site  packing
       can be disabled and done	differently. For example, all widgets might be
       packed into the first page's child site frame. Then when	a new page  is
       selected,  the application can reconfigure the widgets and give the ap-
       pearance	that the page was flipped.

       In both cases the command option	for a page specifies a Tcl Command  to
       execute	when  the page is selected. In the case	of auto	being true, it
       is between the unpacking	of the previously selected page	and the	 pack-
       ing of the newly	selected page.

       Notebook	pages can also be controlled with scroll bars or other widgets
       that obey the scrollcommand protocol. By	giving a scrollbar a  -command
       to  call	 the  tabnotebook's select method, the tabnotebook can be con-
       trolled with a scrollbar.

       The notebook area is implemented	with the notebook mega widget.

TABS
       Tabs appear along the edge of the notebook area.	Tabs are drawn to  ap-
       pear  attached  to their	associated page. When a	tab is clicked on, the
       associated page is selected and the tab is drawn	as  raised  above  all
       other  tabs  and	 as  a seamless	part of	its notebook page. Tabs	can be
       controlled in their location along the edges, the angle tab  sides  are
       drawn with, gap between tabs, starting margin of	tabs, internal padding
       around text labels in a tab, the	font, and its label.

       The Tab area is implemented with	the  tabset  mega  widget.   See  tab-
       set(1).	Tabs  may  be oriented along either the	north, south, east, or
       west sides with the tabPos option. North	and south tabs may  appear  as
       angled, square, or bevelled. West and east tabs may appear as square or
       bevelled. By changing tab gaps, tab  angles,  bevelling,	 orientations,
       colors,	fonts, start locations,	and margins; tabs may appear in	a wide
       variety of styles. For example, it is possible to implement  Microsoft-
       style  tabs,  Borland property tab styles, or Borland Delphi style tabs
       all with	the same tabnotebook.

WIDGET-SPECIFIC	METHODS
       The iwidgets::tabnotebook command creates a new Tcl command whose  name
       is  pathName.  This command may be used to invoke various operations on
       the widget. It has the following	general	form: pathName option ?arg arg
       ...?  option and	the args determine the exact behavior of the command.

       Many  of	the widget commands for	a notebook take	as one argument	an in-
       dicator of which	page of	the notebook to	operate	on.  These  indicators
       are called indexes and may be specified in any of the following forms:

       number Specifies	the page numerically, where 0 corresponds to the first
	      page in the notebook, 1 to the second, and so on.

       select Specifies	the currently selected page's index.  If  no  page  is
	      currently	selected, the value -1 is returned.

       end    Specifes	the last page in the tabnotebook's index. If the note-
	      book is empty this will return -1.

       pattern
	      If the index doesn't satisfy any of the above forms,  then  this
	      form  is	used.  Pattern is pattern-matched against the label of
	      each page	in the notebook, in order from the first to  the  last
	      page,  until a matching entry is found. The rules	of Tcl_String-
	      Match are	used.  The following commands are  possible  for  tab-
	      notebook widgets:

       pathName	add ?option value option value ...?
	      Add  a  new page at the end of the tabnotebook. A	new child site
	      frame is created.	Returns	the child site pathName. If additional
	      arguments	 are  present,	they  specify any of the following op-
	      tions:

	      -angle value
		     Specifes the angle	of slope from the inner	 edge  to  the
		     outer  edge  of  the  tab.	An angle of 0 specifies	square
		     tabs. Valid ranges	are 0 to 45 degrees inclusive. Default
		     is	 15  degrees.  If this option is specified as an empty
		     string (the default), then	the angle option for the over-
		     all  tabnotebook  is  used. This is generally only	set at
		     the tabnotebook level. Tabs normally will want  to	 share
		     the same angle value.

	      -background value
		     Specifies	a  background color to use for displaying tabs
		     when they are selected and	 for  displaying  the  current
		     page. If this option is specified as an empty string (the
		     default), then the	background option for the overall tab-
		     notebook is used.

	      -bevelamount value
		     Specifes the size of tab corners. A value of 0 with angle
		     set to 0 results in square	 tabs.	A  bevelAmount	of  4,
		     means that	the tab	will be	drawn with angled corners that
		     cut in 4 pixels from the edge of the tab.	The default is
		     0.	 This  is generally only set at	the tabnotebook	level.
		     Tabs normally will	want to	share the same bevelAmount.

	      -bitmap value
		     If	label is a non-empty string,  specifies	 a  bitmap  to
		     display  in  this page's tab. Bitmap may be of any	of the
		     forms accepted by Tk_GetPixmap.

	      -command value
		     Specifies a Tcl command to	be executed when this page  is
		     selected.	This allows the	programmer a hook to reconfig-
		     ure this page's widgets or	any other page's widgets.

		     If	the tabnotebook	has the	auto option set	to true,  when
		     a	page  is  selected this	command	will be	called immedi-
		     ately after the previously	selected page is unpacked  and
		     immediately before	this page is selected. The index value
		     select is valid during this Tcl command.  `index  select'
		     will return this page's page number.

		     If	 the  auto  option is set to false, when a page	is se-
		     lected the	unpack and pack	calls are bypassed.  This  Tcl
		     command is	still called.

	      -disabledforeground value
		     Specifies	a  foreground  color to	use for	displaying tab
		     labels when tabs are in their disable state. If this  op-
		     tion  is specified	as an empty string (the	default), then
		     the disabledforeground option for the overall tabnotebook
		     is	used.

	      -font value
		     Specifies	the font to use	when drawing a text label on a
		     page tab. If this option is specified as an empty	string
		     then  the	font  option  for  the	overall	tabnotebook is
		     used..

	      -foreground value
		     Specifies a foreground color to use  for  displaying  tab
		     labels  when  they	are selected. If this option is	speci-
		     fied as an	empty string (the  default),  then  the	 fore-
		     ground option for the overall tabnotebook is used.

	      -label value
		     Specifies a string	to display as an identifying label for
		     a notebook	page. This label serves	as an additional iden-
		     tifier used to reference the page.	This label may be used
		     for the index value in widget commands.

	      -tabbackground value
		     Specifies a background color to use for displaying	a  tab
		     when it is	not elected. If	this option is specified as an
		     empty string (the default), then the tabBackground	option
		     for the overall tabnotebook is used.

	      -tabforeground value
		     Specifies	a  foreground  color to	use for	displaying the
		     tab's text	label when it is not selected. If this	option
		     is	 specified  as an empty	string (the default), then the
		     tabForeground option for the overall tabnotebook is used.

	      -padx value
		     Specifies a non-negative value indicating how much	 extra
		     space  to request for a tab around	its label in the X-di-
		     rection. When computing how large a window	it needs,  the
		     tab  will	add this amount	to the width it	would normally
		     need The tab will end up with extra internal space	to the
		     left and right of its text	label. This value may have any
		     of	the forms acceptable to	Tk_GetPixels. If  this	option
		     is	 specified  as an empty	string (the default), then the
		     padX option for the overall tabnotebook is	used

	      -pady value
		     Specifies a non-negative value indicating how much	 extra
		     space  to request for a tab around	its label in the Y-di-
		     rection. When computing how large a window	it needs,  the
		     tab  will add this	amount to the height it	would normally
		     need The tab will end up with extra internal space	to the
		     top and bottom of its text	label. This value may have any
		     of	the forms acceptable to	Tk_GetPixels. If  this	option
		     is	 specified  as an empty	string (the default), then the
		     padY option for the overall tabnotebook is	used

	      -state value
		     Specifies one of two states for the page: normal or  dis-
		     abled.  In	normal state unselected	tabs are displayed us-
		     ing the tabforeground and tabbackground option  from  the
		     tabnotebook or the	page. Selected tabs and	pages are dis-
		     played using the foreground and  background  option  from
		     the  tabnotebook  or  the	page. The disabled state means
		     that the page and its tab is insensitive: it doesn't  re-
		     spond  to mouse button presses or releases. In this state
		     the entry is displayed  according	to  its	 disabledFore-
		     ground option for the tabnotebook and the background/tab-
		     background	option from the	page or	the tabnotebook.

       pathName	childSite ?index?
	      If passed	no arguments, returns a	list of	pathNames for all  the
	      pages in the tabnotebook.	If the tab notebook is empty, an empty
	      list is returned

	      If index is passed, it returns the pathName for the page's child
	      site  frame  specified  by  index. Widgets that are created with
	      this pathName will be displayed when the associated page is  se-
	      lected.  If  index  is not a valid index,	an empty string	is re-
	      turned.

       pathName	configure ?option? ?value option value ...?
	      Query or modify the configuration	options	of the widget.	If  no
	      option is	specified, returns a list describing all of the	avail-
	      able options for pathName	(see Tk_ConfigureInfo for  information
	      on  the  format  of  this	 list).	If option is specified with no
	      value, then the command returns a	list describing	the one	 named
	      option (this list	will be	identical to the corresponding sublist
	      of the value returned if no option is specified).	If one or more
	      option-value  pairs are specified, then the command modifies the
	      given widget option(s) to	have the given value(s); in this  case
	      the  command returns an empty string. Option may have any	of the
	      values accepted by the iwidgets::tabnotebook command.

       pathName	delete index1 ?index2?
	      Delete all of the	pages between index1 and index2	inclusive.  If
	      index2  is  omitted then it defaults to index1. Returns an empty
	      string.

       pathName	index index
	      Returns the numerical index corresponding	to index.

       pathName	insert index ?option value option value	...?
	      Insert a new page	in the tabnotebook before the  page  specified
	      by  index. A new child site frame	is created. The	additional ar-
	      guments are the same as for the add command. Returns  the	 child
	      site pathName.

       pathName	next
	      Advances the selected page to the	next page (order is determined
	      by insertion order). If the currently selected page is the  last
	      page  in	the  notebook, the selection wraps around to the first
	      page in the notebook. It behaves as if the user selected the new
	      page.

	      For  notebooks  with  auto  set to true the current page's child
	      site is unpacked from the	notebook's child site frame. Then  the
	      next  page's child site is packed	into the notebook's child site
	      frame. The Tcl command given with	the command option will	be in-
	      voked between these two operations.

	      For  notebooks with auto set to false the	Tcl command given with
	      the command option will be invoked.

       pathName	pageconfigure index ?option? ?value option value ...?
	      This command is similar to the configure command,	except that it
	      applies to the options for an individual page, whereas configure
	      applies to the options for the tabnotebook as a  whole.  Options
	      may  have	 any of	the values accepted by the add widget command.
	      If options are specified,	options	are modified as	 indicated  in
	      the  command  and	the command returns an empty string. If	no op-
	      tions are	specified, returns a list describing the  current  op-
	      tions  for  page	index (see Tk_ConfigureInfo for	information on
	      the format of this list).

       pathName	prev
	      Moves the	selected page to the previous page  (order  is	deter-
	      mined by insertion order). If the	currently selected page	is the
	      first page in the	notebook, the selection	wraps  around  to  the
	      last  page  in  the notebook. It behaves as if the user selected
	      the new page.

	      For notebooks with auto set to true  the	current	 page's	 child
	      site  is unpacked	from the notebook's child site frame. Then the
	      previous page's child site is packed into	the  notebook's	 child
	      site  frame.  The	Tcl command given with the command option will
	      be invoked between these two operations.

	      For notebooks with auto set to false the Tcl command given  with
	      the command option will be invoked.

       pathName	select index
	      Selects  the  page  specified by index as	the currently selected
	      page.  It	behaves	as if the user selected	the new	page.

	      For notebooks with auto set to true  the	current	 page's	 child
	      site  is unpacked	from the notebook's child site frame. Then the
	      index page's child site is packed	into the notebook's child site
	      frame. The Tcl command given with	the command option will	be in-
	      voked between these two operations.

	      For notebooks with auto set to false the Tcl command given  with
	      the command option will be invoked.

       pathName	view
	      Returns the currently selected page. This	command	is for compat-
	      ibility with the scrollbar widget.

       pathName	view index
	      Selects the page specified by index as  the  currently  selected
	      page.  This command is for compatibility with the	scrollbar wid-
	      get.

       pathName	view moveto fraction
	      Uses the fraction	value to determine the corresponding  page  to
	      move  to.	  This command is for compatibility with the scrollbar
	      widget.

       pathName	view scroll num	what
	      Uses the num value to determine how many pages to	 move  forward
	      or backward (num can be negative or positive). The what argument
	      is ignored. This command is for compatibility with the scrollbar
	      widget.

COMPONENTS
       Generally  all behavior of the internal components, tabset and notebook
       are controlled via the pageconfigure  method.   The  following  section
       documents these two components.

       Name:   tabset
       Class:  Tabset

	      This  is	the  tabset component. It implements the tabs that are
	      associated with the notebook component.

	      See the "Tabset" widget manual entry for details on  the	tabset
	      component	item.

       Name:   notebook
       Class:  Notebook

	      This  is the notebook component. It implements the notebook that
	      contains the pages of the	tabnotebook.

	      See the "Notebook" widget	manual entry for details on the	 note-
	      book component item.

EXAMPLE
       Following is an example that creates a tabnotebook with two pages.

	      package require Iwidgets 4.0
	      #	Create the tabnotebook widget and pack it.
		iwidgets::tabnotebook .tn -width 100 -height 100
		pack .tn \
		      -anchor nw \
		      -fill both \
		      -expand yes \
		      -side left \
		      -padx 10 \
		      -pady 10

	      #	Add two	pages to the tabnotebook,
	      #	labelled "Page One" and	"Page Two"
		.tn add	-label "Page One"
		.tn add	-label "Page Two"

	      #	Get the	child site frames of these two pages.
		set page1CS [.tn childsite 0]
		set page2CS [.tn childsite "Page Two"]

	      #	Create buttons on each page of the tabnotebook.
		button $page1CS.b -text	"Button	One"
		pack $page1CS.b
		button $page2CS.b -text	"Button	Two"
		pack $page2CS.b

	      #	Select the first page of the tabnotebook.
		.tn select 0

AUTHOR
       Bill W. Scott

KEYWORDS
       tab tabset notebook tabnotebook page

Tk						      iwidgets::tabnotebook(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | INHERITANCE | STANDARD OPTIONS | WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS | DESCRIPTION | NOTEBOOK PAGES | TABS | WIDGET-SPECIFIC METHODS | COMPONENTS | EXAMPLE | AUTHOR | KEYWORDS

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