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Stacked Container - Number of Buttons

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Stacked Container - Number of Buttons

Hi All,

Is it possible to change the number of buttons that appear on the stacked container object (5 normally).


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‎07-12-2015 11:50 PM
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Re: Stacked Container - Number of Buttons

Hello,

I don't think so it is possible to display the tabs of stacked container in the way you want. It shows all the tabs in mobile in order to ease the process for user, whereas in system/laptop a user can conventionally scroll the tabs , may be this could be the reason behind designing the application in two different ways for different platforms.

Regards,

Abhishek

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Re: Stacked Container - Number of Buttons

Hi,

Could you further ellaborate which buttons are you indicating at?

Regards,

Abhishek

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Re: Stacked Container - Number of Buttons

Hi Avvy,

The buttons that you use to navigate the objects included in a stacked container.

If you visually look at the stacked container navigation, there are 5 button slots that will show 5 of your included objects in the stacked container.

If you have say 10 objects in the stacked container, you will only see the first 5 objects included in the stacked container.  To get to the 10th object, you have to scroll through the list to the end.  Each time you click the scroll button, it opens the new object.

This is through viewing the report in a browser window.  If you open it in the mobile app, it instead will display 10 buttons with no scroll options.

I'd like to be able to have the same navigation style as on the mobile app.

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‎07-12-2015 11:50 PM
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Posts: 55

Re: Stacked Container - Number of Buttons

Hello,

I don't think so it is possible to display the tabs of stacked container in the way you want. It shows all the tabs in mobile in order to ease the process for user, whereas in system/laptop a user can conventionally scroll the tabs , may be this could be the reason behind designing the application in two different ways for different platforms.

Regards,

Abhishek

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