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vertical sliding tabs [message #447204] Thu, 09 December 2004 13:55 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: carvalho_ruben.yahoo.co.uk

Hello everybody,

I have to create an application with SWT and I am
looking for something like the tabs you have inside
the Visual Editor's Palette.

Is there any Control that can behave like this? You
click on the tab and it slides up and down? Inside each
tab you can have some buttons or text or both? You can
pin it or not?

My other question is, is there any API for plotting
data? I would like to plot a 2D graphic, given a set
of data, (x,y) points. I have found GC class where you
can do it yourself like drawing lines given two
points.

Thank you very much.
Ruben Carvalho
Re: vertical sliding tabs [message #447213 is a reply to message #447204] Thu, 09 December 2004 15:58 Go to previous message
Jeff Myers is currently offline Jeff MyersFriend
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Ruben Carvalho wrote:
> Hello everybody,
>
> I have to create an application with SWT and I am
> looking for something like the tabs you have inside
> the Visual Editor's Palette.
>
> Is there any Control that can behave like this? You
> click on the tab and it slides up and down? Inside each
> tab you can have some buttons or text or both? You can
> pin it or not?
>
> My other question is, is there any API for plotting
> data? I would like to plot a 2D graphic, given a set
> of data, (x,y) points. I have found GC class where you
> can do it yourself like drawing lines given two
> points.
>
> Thank you very much.
> Ruben Carvalho
>

Ruben,

The Visual Editor's Palette UI is from the GEF project
http://www.eclipse.org/gef/ SWT does not include a control that has
similar behavior out of the box.

SWT also does not include any data plotting API. Some people have had
success using JFreeChart via the SWT-AWT bridge.

- Jeff
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