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Heya,

I'm having a TabControl with multipple TabElements in it (dynamicly added at runtime).

How do I find out which one of them is focused/currently active, so I can retrieve it's index?

Thanks

Uh: nevermind found .SelectedItem 30 seconds later oO
Posted 24-Nov-11 4:23am
Y0UR248
Edited 24-Nov-11 4:26am
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LanFanNinja at 24-Nov-11 10:55am
   
It happens :)
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Solution 1

User solved his own question with
.SelectedItem
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LanFanNinja at 24-Nov-11 13:15pm
   
+5 I guess this just shows that you should always ask yourself the question first before asking on CodeProject. :)
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Solution 3

public void Test_focus(Object o, EventArgs e)
        {
            if (stageTabCtrl.SelectedItem == EventBrowser)
            {
                MsgBox.Show("EventBrowser");
            }
            else if (stageTabCtrl.SelectedItem == Live_View)
            {
                MsgBox.Show("Live_View");
            }
}
<tabcontrol borderthickness="1,0,1,1" name="stageTabCtrl" gotfocus="Test_focus"></tabcontrol>
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