dPageNoTabs is the paged control class to use when you do not want to allow the user to randomly select a page, but instead want to control which page is visible by programmatic means. A wizard is the most common example of such a paged control.
Some of the more useful properties for dPageList:
- PageClass - (dPage): The default class to use for pages added to the control.
- PageCount - (int): This isn't just a read-only counting of pages; changing this property will add or delete pages to bring the total number of pages in line.
- Pages - (list): a read-only list of the pages in this control.
- PageSizerClass - (dSizer or dGridSizer): When a new page is created, this is the class of the sizer that is automatically added to it.
- SelectedPage - (dPage): A reference to the currently visible page.
- SelectedPageNumber - (int): The index of the
Some of the more useful methods for dPageList:
- appendPage(page) - (dPage): Adds a new page to the control. page can be either a page instance or a page class to be instantiated. The page is placed in the last position in the control, and a reference to it is returned.
- insertPage(pos, page) - (dPage): Adds a new page to the control.
pagecan be either a page instance or a page class to be instantiated. The page is placed in the position specified by
pos, and a reference to it is returned.
- removePage(pgOrPos, delete=True) - (None or dPage): Removes the specified page from the control. You can pass a reference to the page, or its index in the control. If
False, the page is not destroyed, and a reference to it is returned. Otherwise, the page is destroyed and
See the Dabo Class Documentation for an exhaustive documentation of this control's Properties, Events and Methods. (Note that this documentation is no longer live, but it's still available via the Internet Archive).