FLTK 1.3.4
Fl_Tabs Class Reference

The Fl_Tabs widget is the "file card tabs" interface that allows you to put lots and lots of buttons and switches in a panel, as popularized by many toolkits. More...

#include <Fl_Tabs.H>

Inheritance diagram for Fl_Tabs:
Fl_Group Fl_Widget

Public Member Functions

void client_area (int &rx, int &ry, int &rw, int &rh, int tabh=0)
 Returns the position and size available to be used by its children. More...
 
 Fl_Tabs (int, int, int, int, const char *=0)
 Creates a new Fl_Tabs widget using the given position, size, and label string. More...
 
int handle (int)
 Handles the specified event. More...
 
Fl_Widgetpush () const
 Returns the tab group for the tab the user has currently down-clicked on and remains over until FL_RELEASE. More...
 
int push (Fl_Widget *)
 This is called by the tab widget's handle() method to set the tab group widget the user last FL_PUSH'ed on. More...
 
Fl_Widgetvalue ()
 Gets the currently visible widget/tab. More...
 
int value (Fl_Widget *)
 Sets the widget to become the current visible widget/tab. More...
 
Fl_Widgetwhich (int event_x, int event_y)
 Return the widget of the tab the user clicked on at event_x / event_y. More...
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from Fl_Group
Fl_Widget *& _ddfdesign_kludge ()
 This is for forms compatibility only.
 
void add (Fl_Widget &)
 The widget is removed from its current group (if any) and then added to the end of this group.
 
void add (Fl_Widget *o)
 See void Fl_Group::add(Fl_Widget &w)
 
void add_resizable (Fl_Widget &o)
 Adds a widget to the group and makes it the resizable widget.
 
Fl_Widget *const * array () const
 Returns a pointer to the array of children. More...
 
virtual Fl_Groupas_group ()
 Returns an Fl_Group pointer if this widget is an Fl_Group. More...
 
void begin ()
 Sets the current group so you can build the widget tree by just constructing the widgets. More...
 
Fl_Widgetchild (int n) const
 Returns array()[n]. More...
 
int children () const
 Returns how many child widgets the group has.
 
void clear ()
 Deletes all child widgets from memory recursively. More...
 
void clip_children (int c)
 Controls whether the group widget clips the drawing of child widgets to its bounding box. More...
 
unsigned int clip_children ()
 Returns the current clipping mode. More...
 
void end ()
 Exactly the same as current(this->parent()). More...
 
int find (const Fl_Widget *) const
 Searches the child array for the widget and returns the index. More...
 
int find (const Fl_Widget &o) const
 See int Fl_Group::find(const Fl_Widget *w) const.
 
 Fl_Group (int, int, int, int, const char *=0)
 Creates a new Fl_Group widget using the given position, size, and label string. More...
 
void focus (Fl_Widget *W)
 
void forms_end ()
 This is for forms compatibility only.
 
void init_sizes ()
 Resets the internal array of widget sizes and positions. More...
 
void insert (Fl_Widget &, int i)
 The widget is removed from its current group (if any) and then inserted into this group. More...
 
void insert (Fl_Widget &o, Fl_Widget *before)
 This does insert(w, find(before)). More...
 
void remove (int index)
 Removes the widget at index from the group but does not delete it. More...
 
void remove (Fl_Widget &)
 Removes a widget from the group but does not delete it. More...
 
void remove (Fl_Widget *o)
 Removes the widget o from the group. More...
 
void resizable (Fl_Widget &o)
 See void Fl_Group::resizable(Fl_Widget *box)
 
void resizable (Fl_Widget *o)
 The resizable widget defines the resizing box for the group. More...
 
Fl_Widgetresizable () const
 See void Fl_Group::resizable(Fl_Widget *box)
 
void resize (int, int, int, int)
 Resizes the Fl_Group widget and all of its children. More...
 
virtual ~Fl_Group ()
 The destructor also deletes all the children. More...
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from Fl_Widget
void _clear_fullscreen ()
 
void _set_fullscreen ()
 
void activate ()
 Activates the widget. More...
 
unsigned int active () const
 Returns whether the widget is active. More...
 
int active_r () const
 Returns whether the widget and all of its parents are active. More...
 
Fl_Align align () const
 Gets the label alignment. More...
 
void align (Fl_Align alignment)
 Sets the label alignment. More...
 
long argument () const
 Gets the current user data (long) argument that is passed to the callback function. More...
 
void argument (long v)
 Sets the current user data (long) argument that is passed to the callback function. More...
 
virtual class Fl_Gl_Windowas_gl_window ()
 Returns an Fl_Gl_Window pointer if this widget is an Fl_Gl_Window. More...
 
virtual Fl_Windowas_window ()
 Returns an Fl_Window pointer if this widget is an Fl_Window. More...
 
Fl_Boxtype box () const
 Gets the box type of the widget. More...
 
void box (Fl_Boxtype new_box)
 Sets the box type for the widget. More...
 
Fl_Callback_p callback () const
 Gets the current callback function for the widget. More...
 
void callback (Fl_Callback *cb, void *p)
 Sets the current callback function for the widget. More...
 
void callback (Fl_Callback *cb)
 Sets the current callback function for the widget. More...
 
void callback (Fl_Callback0 *cb)
 Sets the current callback function for the widget. More...
 
void callback (Fl_Callback1 *cb, long p=0)
 Sets the current callback function for the widget. More...
 
unsigned int changed () const
 Checks if the widget value changed since the last callback. More...
 
void clear_active ()
 Marks the widget as inactive without sending events or changing focus. More...
 
void clear_changed ()
 Marks the value of the widget as unchanged. More...
 
void clear_damage (uchar c=0)
 Clears or sets the damage flags. More...
 
void clear_output ()
 Sets a widget to accept input. More...
 
void clear_visible ()
 Hides the widget. More...
 
void clear_visible_focus ()
 Disables keyboard focus navigation with this widget. More...
 
Fl_Color color () const
 Gets the background color of the widget. More...
 
void color (Fl_Color bg)
 Sets the background color of the widget. More...
 
void color (Fl_Color bg, Fl_Color sel)
 Sets the background and selection color of the widget. More...
 
Fl_Color color2 () const
 For back compatibility only. More...
 
void color2 (unsigned a)
 For back compatibility only. More...
 
int contains (const Fl_Widget *w) const
 Checks if w is a child of this widget. More...
 
void copy_label (const char *new_label)
 Sets the current label. More...
 
void copy_tooltip (const char *text)
 Sets the current tooltip text. More...
 
uchar damage () const
 Returns non-zero if draw() needs to be called. More...
 
void damage (uchar c)
 Sets the damage bits for the widget. More...
 
void damage (uchar c, int x, int y, int w, int h)
 Sets the damage bits for an area inside the widget. More...
 
int damage_resize (int, int, int, int)
 Internal use only. More...
 
void deactivate ()
 Deactivates the widget. More...
 
Fl_Imagedeimage ()
 Gets the image that is used as part of the widget label. More...
 
const Fl_Imagedeimage () const
 
void deimage (Fl_Image *img)
 Sets the image to use as part of the widget label. More...
 
void deimage (Fl_Image &img)
 Sets the image to use as part of the widget label. More...
 
void do_callback ()
 Calls the widget callback. More...
 
void do_callback (Fl_Widget *o, long arg)
 Calls the widget callback. More...
 
void do_callback (Fl_Widget *o, void *arg=0)
 Calls the widget callback. More...
 
void draw_label (int, int, int, int, Fl_Align) const
 Draws the label in an arbitrary bounding box with an arbitrary alignment. More...
 
int h () const
 Gets the widget height. More...
 
virtual void hide ()
 Makes a widget invisible. More...
 
Fl_Imageimage ()
 Gets the image that is used as part of the widget label. More...
 
const Fl_Imageimage () const
 
void image (Fl_Image *img)
 Sets the image to use as part of the widget label. More...
 
void image (Fl_Image &img)
 Sets the image to use as part of the widget label. More...
 
int inside (const Fl_Widget *wgt) const
 Checks if this widget is a child of wgt. More...
 
int is_label_copied () const
 Returns whether the current label was assigned with copy_label(). More...
 
const char * label () const
 Gets the current label text. More...
 
void label (const char *text)
 Sets the current label pointer. More...
 
void label (Fl_Labeltype a, const char *b)
 Shortcut to set the label text and type in one call. More...
 
Fl_Color labelcolor () const
 Gets the label color. More...
 
void labelcolor (Fl_Color c)
 Sets the label color. More...
 
Fl_Font labelfont () const
 Gets the font to use. More...
 
void labelfont (Fl_Font f)
 Sets the font to use. More...
 
Fl_Fontsize labelsize () const
 Gets the font size in pixels. More...
 
void labelsize (Fl_Fontsize pix)
 Sets the font size in pixels. More...
 
Fl_Labeltype labeltype () const
 Gets the label type. More...
 
void labeltype (Fl_Labeltype a)
 Sets the label type. More...
 
void measure_label (int &ww, int &hh) const
 Sets width ww and height hh accordingly with the label size. More...
 
unsigned int output () const
 Returns if a widget is used for output only. More...
 
Fl_Groupparent () const
 Returns a pointer to the parent widget. More...
 
void parent (Fl_Group *p)
 Internal use only - "for hacks only". More...
 
void position (int X, int Y)
 Repositions the window or widget. More...
 
void redraw ()
 Schedules the drawing of the widget. More...
 
void redraw_label ()
 Schedules the drawing of the label. More...
 
Fl_Color selection_color () const
 Gets the selection color. More...
 
void selection_color (Fl_Color a)
 Sets the selection color. More...
 
void set_active ()
 Marks the widget as active without sending events or changing focus. More...
 
void set_changed ()
 Marks the value of the widget as changed. More...
 
void set_output ()
 Sets a widget to output only. More...
 
void set_visible ()
 Makes the widget visible. More...
 
void set_visible_focus ()
 Enables keyboard focus navigation with this widget. More...
 
virtual void show ()
 Makes a widget visible. More...
 
void size (int W, int H)
 Changes the size of the widget. More...
 
int take_focus ()
 Gives the widget the keyboard focus. More...
 
unsigned int takesevents () const
 Returns if the widget is able to take events. More...
 
int test_shortcut ()
 Returns true if the widget's label contains the entered '&x' shortcut. More...
 
const char * tooltip () const
 Gets the current tooltip text. More...
 
void tooltip (const char *text)
 Sets the current tooltip text. More...
 
Fl_Windowtop_window () const
 Returns a pointer to the top-level window for the widget. More...
 
Fl_Windowtop_window_offset (int &xoff, int &yoff) const
 Finds the x/y offset of the current widget relative to the top-level window. More...
 
uchar type () const
 Gets the widget type. More...
 
void type (uchar t)
 Sets the widget type. More...
 
int use_accents_menu ()
 Returns non zero if MAC_USE_ACCENTS_MENU flag is set, 0 otherwise.
 
void * user_data () const
 Gets the user data for this widget. More...
 
void user_data (void *v)
 Sets the user data for this widget. More...
 
unsigned int visible () const
 Returns whether a widget is visible. More...
 
void visible_focus (int v)
 Modifies keyboard focus navigation. More...
 
unsigned int visible_focus ()
 Checks whether this widget has a visible focus. More...
 
int visible_r () const
 Returns whether a widget and all its parents are visible. More...
 
int w () const
 Gets the widget width. More...
 
Fl_When when () const
 Returns the conditions under which the callback is called. More...
 
void when (uchar i)
 Sets the flags used to decide when a callback is called. More...
 
Fl_Windowwindow () const
 Returns a pointer to the nearest parent window up the widget hierarchy. More...
 
int x () const
 Gets the widget position in its window. More...
 
int y () const
 Gets the widget position in its window. More...
 
virtual ~Fl_Widget ()
 Destroys the widget. More...
 

Protected Member Functions

void draw ()
 Draws the widget. More...
 
void redraw_tabs ()
 
- Protected Member Functions inherited from Fl_Group
void draw_child (Fl_Widget &widget) const
 Forces a child to redraw. More...
 
void draw_children ()
 Draws all children of the group. More...
 
void draw_outside_label (const Fl_Widget &widget) const
 Parents normally call this to draw outside labels of child widgets. More...
 
int * sizes ()
 Returns the internal array of widget sizes and positions. More...
 
void update_child (Fl_Widget &widget) const
 Draws a child only if it needs it. More...
 
- Protected Member Functions inherited from Fl_Widget
void clear_flag (unsigned int c)
 Clears a flag in the flags mask.
 
void draw_backdrop () const
 If FL_ALIGN_IMAGE_BACKDROP is set, the image or deimage will be drawn.
 
void draw_box () const
 Draws the widget box according its box style.
 
void draw_box (Fl_Boxtype t, Fl_Color c) const
 Draws a box of type t, of color c at the widget's position and size. More...
 
void draw_box (Fl_Boxtype t, int x, int y, int w, int h, Fl_Color c) const
 Draws a box of type t, of color c at the position X,Y and size W,H. More...
 
void draw_focus ()
 draws a focus rectangle around the widget
 
void draw_focus (Fl_Boxtype t, int x, int y, int w, int h) const
 Draws a focus box for the widget at the given position and size.
 
void draw_label () const
 Draws the widget's label at the defined label position. More...
 
void draw_label (int, int, int, int) const
 Draws the label in an arbitrary bounding box. More...
 
 Fl_Widget (int x, int y, int w, int h, const char *label=0L)
 Creates a widget at the given position and size. More...
 
unsigned int flags () const
 Gets the widget flags mask.
 
void h (int v)
 Internal use only. More...
 
void set_flag (unsigned int c)
 Sets a flag in the flags mask.
 
void w (int v)
 Internal use only. More...
 
void x (int v)
 Internal use only. More...
 
void y (int v)
 Internal use only. More...
 

Additional Inherited Members

- Static Public Member Functions inherited from Fl_Group
static Fl_Groupcurrent ()
 Returns the currently active group. More...
 
static void current (Fl_Group *g)
 Sets the current group. More...
 
- Static Public Member Functions inherited from Fl_Widget
static void default_callback (Fl_Widget *cb, void *d)
 The default callback for all widgets that don't set a callback. More...
 
static unsigned int label_shortcut (const char *t)
 Returns the Unicode value of the '&x' shortcut in a given text. More...
 
static int test_shortcut (const char *, const bool require_alt=false)
 Returns true if the given text t contains the entered '&x' shortcut. More...
 
- Protected Types inherited from Fl_Widget
enum  {
  INACTIVE = 1<<0, INVISIBLE = 1<<1, OUTPUT = 1<<2, NOBORDER = 1<<3,
  FORCE_POSITION = 1<<4, NON_MODAL = 1<<5, SHORTCUT_LABEL = 1<<6, CHANGED = 1<<7,
  OVERRIDE = 1<<8, VISIBLE_FOCUS = 1<<9, COPIED_LABEL = 1<<10, CLIP_CHILDREN = 1<<11,
  MENU_WINDOW = 1<<12, TOOLTIP_WINDOW = 1<<13, MODAL = 1<<14, NO_OVERLAY = 1<<15,
  GROUP_RELATIVE = 1<<16, COPIED_TOOLTIP = 1<<17, FULLSCREEN = 1<<18, MAC_USE_ACCENTS_MENU = 1<<19,
  USERFLAG3 = 1<<29, USERFLAG2 = 1<<30, USERFLAG1 = 1<<31
}
 flags possible values enumeration. More...
 

Detailed Description

The Fl_Tabs widget is the "file card tabs" interface that allows you to put lots and lots of buttons and switches in a panel, as popularized by many toolkits.

tabs.png

Clicking the tab makes a child visible() by calling show() on it, and all other children are made invisible by calling hide() on them. Usually the children are Fl_Group widgets containing several widgets themselves.

Each child makes a card, and its label() is printed on the card tab, including the label font and style. The selection color of that child is used to color the tab, while the color of the child determines the background color of the pane.

The size of the tabs is controlled by the bounding box of the children (there should be some space between the children and the edge of the Fl_Tabs), and the tabs may be placed "inverted" on the bottom - this is determined by which gap is larger. It is easiest to lay this out in fluid, using the fluid browser to select each child group and resize them until the tabs look the way you want them to.

The background area behind and to the right of the tabs is "transparent", exposing the background detail of the parent. The value of Fl_Tabs::box() does not affect this area. So if Fl_Tabs is resized by itself without the parent, force the appropriate parent (visible behind the tabs) to redraw() to prevent artifacts.

See "Resizing Caveats" below on how to keep tab heights constant. See "Callback's Use Of when()" on how to control the details of how clicks invoke the callback().

A typical use of the Fl_Tabs widget:

// Typical use of Fl_Tabs
Fl_Tabs *tabs = new Fl_Tabs(10,10,300,200);
{
Fl_Group *grp1 = new Fl_Group(20,30,280,170,"Tab1");
{
..widgets that go in tab#1..
}
grp1->end();
Fl_Group *grp2 = new Fl_Group(20,30,280,170,"Tab2");
{
..widgets that go in tab#2..
}
grp2->end();
}
tabs->end();

Default Appearance

The appearance of each "tab" is taken from the label() and color() of the child group corresponding to that "tab" and panel. Where the "tabs" appear depends on the position and size of the child groups that make up the panels within the Fl_Tab, i.e. whether there is more space above or below them. The height of the "tabs" depends on how much free space is available.

tabs_default.png
Fl_Tabs Default Appearance

Highlighting The Selected Tab

The selected "tab" can be highlighted further by setting the selection_color() of the Fl_Tab itself, e.g.

..
tabs = new Fl_Tabs(..);
tabs->selection_color(FL_DARK3);
..

The result of the above looks like:

tabs_selection.png
Highlighting the selected tab

Uniform Tab and Panel Appearance

In order to have uniform tab and panel appearance, not only must the color() and selection_color() for each child group be set, but also the selection_color() of the Fl_Tab itself any time a new "tab" is selected. This can be achieved within the Fl_Tab callback, e.g.

void MyTabCallback(Fl_Widget *w, void*) {
Fl_Tabs *tabs = (Fl_Tabs*)w;
// When tab changed, make sure it has same color as its group
tabs->selection_color( (tab->value())->color() );
}
..
int main(..) {
// Define tabs widget
tabs = new Fl_Tabs(..);
tabs->callback(MyTabCallback);
// Create three tabs each colored differently
grp1 = new Fl_Group(.. "One");
grp1->color(9);
grp1->selection_color(9);
grp1->end();
grp2 = new Fl_Group(.. "Two");
grp2->color(10);
grp2->selection_color(10);
grp2->end();
grp3 = new Fl_Group(.. "Three");
grp3->color(14);
grp3->selection_color(14);
grp3->end();
..
// Make sure default tab has same color as its group
tabs->selection_color( (tab->value())->color() );
..
return Fl::run();
}

The result of the above looks like:

tabs_uniform.png
Fl_Tabs with uniform colors

Resizing Caveats

When Fl_Tabs is resized vertically, the default behavior scales the tab's height as well as its children. To keep the tab height constant during resizing, set the tab widget's resizable() to one of the tab's child groups, i.e.

tabs = new Fl_Tabs(..);
grp1 = new Fl_Group(..);
..
grp2 = new Fl_Group(..);
..
tabs->end();
tabs->resizable(grp1); // keeps tab height constant
Callback's Use Of when()

As of FLTK 1.3.3, Fl_Tabs() supports the following flags for when():

  • FL_WHEN_NEVER – callback never invoked (all flags off)
  • FL_WHEN_CHANGED – if flag set, invokes callback when a tab has been changed (on click or keyboard navigation)
  • FL_WHEN_NOT_CHANGED – if flag set, invokes callback when the tabs remain unchanged (on click or keyboard navigation)
  • FL_WHEN_RELEASE – if flag set, invokes callback on RELEASE of mouse button or keyboard navigation

Notes:

  1. The above flags can be logically OR-ed (|) or added (+) to combine behaviors.
  2. The default value for when() is FL_WHEN_RELEASE (inherited from Fl_Widget).
  3. If FL_WHEN_RELEASE is the only flag specified, the behavior will be as if (FL_WHEN_RELEASE|FL_WHEN_CHANGED) was specified.
  4. The value of changed() will be valid during the callback.
  5. If both FL_WHEN_CHANGED and FL_WHEN_NOT_CHANGED are specified, the callback is invoked whether the tab has been changed or not. The changed() method can be used to determine the cause.
  6. FL_WHEN_NOT_CHANGED can happen if someone clicks on an already selected tab, or if a keyboard navigation attempt results in no change to the tabs, such as using the arrow keys while at the left or right end of the tabs.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Fl_Tabs::Fl_Tabs ( int  X,
int  Y,
int  W,
int  H,
const char *  l = 0 
)

Creates a new Fl_Tabs widget using the given position, size, and label string.

The default boxtype is FL_THIN_UP_BOX.

Use add(Fl_Widget*) to add each child, which are usually Fl_Group widgets. The children should be sized to stay away from the top or bottom edge of the Fl_Tabs widget, which is where the tabs will be drawn.

All children of Fl_Tabs should have the same size and exactly fit on top of each other. They should only leave space above or below where the tabs will go, but not on the sides. If the first child of Fl_Tabs is set to "resizable()", the riders will not resize when the tabs are resized.

The destructor also deletes all the children. This allows a whole tree to be deleted at once, without having to keep a pointer to all the children in the user code. A kludge has been done so the Fl_Tabs and all of its children can be automatic (local) variables, but you must declare the Fl_Tabs widget first so that it is destroyed last.

Member Function Documentation

void Fl_Tabs::client_area ( int &  rx,
int &  ry,
int &  rw,
int &  rh,
int  tabh = 0 
)

Returns the position and size available to be used by its children.

If there isn't any child yet the tabh parameter will be used to calculate the return values. This assumes that the children's labelsize is the same as the Fl_Tabs' labelsize and adds a small border.

If there are already children, the values of child(0) are returned, and tabh is ignored.

Note
Children should always use the same positions and sizes.

tabh can be one of

  • 0: calculate label size, tabs on top
  • -1: calculate label size, tabs on bottom
  • > 0: use given tabh value, tabs on top (height = tabh)
  • < -1: use given tabh value, tabs on bottom (height = -tabh)
Parameters
[in]tabhposition and optional height of tabs (see above)
[out]rx,ry,rw,rh(x,y,w,h) of client area for children
Since
FLTK 1.3.0
void Fl_Tabs::draw ( )
protectedvirtual

Draws the widget.

Never call this function directly. FLTK will schedule redrawing whenever needed. If your widget must be redrawn as soon as possible, call redraw() instead.

Override this function to draw your own widgets.

If you ever need to call another widget's draw method from within your own draw() method, e.g. for an embedded scrollbar, you can do it (because draw() is virtual) like this:

Fl_Widget *s = &scroll; // scroll is an embedded Fl_Scrollbar
s->draw(); // calls Fl_Scrollbar::draw()

Reimplemented from Fl_Group.

int Fl_Tabs::handle ( int  event)
virtual

Handles the specified event.

You normally don't call this method directly, but instead let FLTK do it when the user interacts with the widget.

When implemented in a widget, this function must return 0 if the widget does not use the event or 1 otherwise.

Most of the time, you want to call the inherited handle() method in your overridden method so that you don't short-circuit events that you don't handle. In this last case you should return the callee retval.

Parameters
[in]eventthe kind of event received
Return values
0if the event was not used or understood
1if the event was used and can be deleted
See Also
Fl_Event

Reimplemented from Fl_Group.

Fl_Widget* Fl_Tabs::push ( ) const
inline

Returns the tab group for the tab the user has currently down-clicked on and remains over until FL_RELEASE.

Otherwise, returns NULL.

While the user is down-clicked on a tab, the return value is the tab group for that tab. But as soon as the user releases, or drags off the tab with the button still down, the return value will be NULL.

See Also
push(Fl_Widget*).
int Fl_Tabs::push ( Fl_Widget o)

This is called by the tab widget's handle() method to set the tab group widget the user last FL_PUSH'ed on.

Set back to zero on FL_RELEASE.

As of this writing, the value is mainly used by draw_tab() to determine whether or not to draw a 'down' box for the tab when it's clicked, and to turn it off if the user drags off it.

See Also
push().
Fl_Widget * Fl_Tabs::value ( )

Gets the currently visible widget/tab.

The value() is the first visible child (or the last child if none are visible) and this also hides any other children. This allows the tabs to be deleted, moved to other groups, and show()/hide() called without it screwing up.

int Fl_Tabs::value ( Fl_Widget newvalue)

Sets the widget to become the current visible widget/tab.

Setting the value hides all other children, and makes this one visible, if it is really a child.

Returns
1 if there was a change (new value different from previous),
0 if there was no change (new value already set)
Fl_Widget * Fl_Tabs::which ( int  event_x,
int  event_y 
)

Return the widget of the tab the user clicked on at event_x / event_y.

This is used for event handling (clicks) and by fluid to pick tabs.

Returns
The child widget of the tab the user clicked on, or
0 if there are no children or if the event is outside of the tabs area.

The documentation for this class was generated from the following files: