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Accordion Control (JavaFX 2.0)

Ken Kestner

Joined: May 08, 2012
Posts: 4
I've been experimenting with an Accordion control, with the intention of placing a statistics area in one section, and a work area in another.

The current design of this control appears to be "top to bottom" ( i.e. the areas are stacked vertically, and the divider bars are horizontol ).

I havent been able to find away to change the orientation to allow left to right stacking. What I want to end up with is something
similar to a SplitPane, but where the divider is clickable rather than draggable.

Is this possible?
Darryl Burke

Joined: May 03, 2008
Posts: 4523

Looks like a use case for a TabPane to me.

luck, db
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subject: Accordion Control (JavaFX 2.0)
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