You can move, rename, copy, and remove tabs from widgets that support tabs from the tab context menu.
- To reorder the tabs, drag a tab to its new position. If you drag the tab away from the widget, a new widget is added to the desktop populated with the contents of the tab.
- To rename a tab, select Rename tab from the tab's context menu, and specify the new name.
- To restore a tab's name to its original value, select Restore tab from the context menu.
- To copy a tab, select Copy tab from the context menu.
- To remove a tab, select Remove tab from the context menu.
To add another row to the tab panel, select Add tab row from the context menu. Adding a row, moves the tabs hidden in the scrolling view to the next row.
- To remove a manually added tab row, select Remove tab row from the context menu, which removes the bottom-most row.
- To hide the tab panel, select Hide tab panel from the context menu. Once hidden, you need to enable Show tabs in the Settings to show the panel.
Showing tabs in a widget group
Tip: Hide the tabs in each widget in the widget group before showing tabs for the whole group. To hide tabs in each widget, right-click in the widget to display the context menu and uncheck (disable) the Show tabs setting.
Right-click in the title bar of the widget group and select Add tabs to group.
The tab appears at the bottom of the widget group.
Right-click the widget group tab to rename, remove, or copy the tab as needed.
To add and configure additional tabs for the group, click the + next to the widget group tab.
Hiding tabs in a widget group
Right-click in the title bar of the widget group and select
Remove tabs from group. When selected, this option hides all tabs at the bottom of the