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I think I spent a couple of hours yesterday scouring the Flex docs to figure out how to make a tab on a TabNavigator disabled. And it seems like I'm not the only one. After messing with it for a while, I decided to set the enabled property on the child form to false. Which worked.

I went back to the docs and discovered that it had been there all the time:

If you disable a child of a TabNavigator container by setting its enabled property to false, you also disable the associated tab.


Weird, because I know I searched the TabNavigator help page for the word "disable" like a million times.

1 comments:

Jonathan said...

The actual property is "enabled" to disable, set it false.

That said, it looks like there is a bug in the TabNavigator that shows the entire navigator as disabled, but _still_ recognizes and dispatches the clicks to the tabs and does the navigation!