Here are various examples of layouts that arrange repeating containers in tabs.
Figure 1 shows an example of including regular items and repeating containers in tabs.
Items not included in the tab are placed on the tab.
The arrangement of the layout is specified by the red frame in Figure 2.
Define a special tab that can contain repeating containers as follows.
The identifier uses one letter of alphabet.
It specifies that this identifier is "tab".
Figure 5 shows an example in which ordinary items in tabs are arranged side by side.
The arrangement of the layout is specified by the red frame in Figure 6.
Now include the layout in the tab.
In this case, I specified a hidden layout '* P1'.In this layout, specify horizontal alignment.
You can also store all of the repeating containers in tabs.The frame of the repeating container is not displayed.
If you set the repeating container name to be the same as the tab name, you can remove the repeating container frame.(Figure 9)
It is also possible to store repeated containers side-by-side in tabs.
Repetition Container Places horizontally arranged layout items and other items in two tabs.(FIG. 11)
Repeat container side-by-side definition after tab specification.
Specify two layouts [* T] and * P1, respectively.
In the tabRepeat container of multistage layoutYou can also store.
In the example shown in Fig. 14, two repeat containers cont1, cont2 are prepared.
After multi-tab designation, multi-stage layout definition of container is repeated.
Specify the layout * T.
In the layout of the repeating container, specify the cell join (as necessary) when using the multilevel layout.