modifying a ui and calling it yours does mean it's your ui.
Bruh a tab system is super easywith skidding expecially with Monaco in it. Even a lazy person can do it 5 minutes.
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@EvilYtGuy never said you need a scrollbar. You can hide the scroll bar but still make it scroll side to side using the scroll wheel on the mouse rather than the buttons or arrow keys.
That font looks terrible in the window bar for the top executor. Actually overall the fonts look hella inconsistent.
@EvilYtGuy and you can't use the scroll wheel on the mouse to scroll it? If not then that's kinda impractible, especially considering that it's made with wpf.
Can the tab control scroll horizontally or does it need to be scrolled specifically by the buttons? Also does this have a custom dll?
I'd rate it a 7/10, the design is nice and simple. But, one point is removed for having a limit on the amount of tabs. Another one is that I do not see a function to rename each individual tab. Another is that I don't see the function to move around the tabs. Also is there a reason to have the code icon on each tab? I know I'm being picky, but overall it's a nice looking tab control.
I recently got one barely working, but it's super buggy.
Unfortunately I couldn't and mostly gave up due to lack of time. Maybe I'll try continuing later, but as far as I see it, it might not be any time soon.
Does this thing actually work, or am I just too much of a skid to get it working?