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XML - Jelly issue

Ken Rubin
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Joined: Mar 08, 2004
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I have an issue regarding TABs in XML. TABs can take a "direction" parameter, which is an integer corresponding to "NORTH", "NORTHEAST", etc., or 0. If the direction is set to zero in the XML or there is no direction setting, tabs appear right-side up, with the dog-ear on the upper-left of the tab. Any non-zero value inverts the tab , showing the dog-ear on the lower-left. Further, whenever any inverted tab is selected, the matteBorder line above the inverted tab is "broken", that is, the black line disappears above the selected tab. This behavior does not occur when direction=0. That is, the matte border below the tab is not broken when a tab is selected. Does this sound familiar to anyone? If so, can you tell me how to create the "broken line" behavior for tabs where direction=0?
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