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GUIDE Tabs Support in R2014b

Asked by Edward Fitzgerald on 22 Jun 2014
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on 29 May 2015
Will GUIDE support tab panels in the release version of R2014b?

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Answer by Doug Hull on 16 Oct 2014
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True, but the question was are they supported in guide, which they aren't (yet)

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Answer by Robert Cumming on 2 Oct 2014

I guess the answer to this will become known once R2014b is released - in the meantime you could look at this gui framework gui framework development which has its own version of guide which supports tabs (it should work for all versions of Matlab from R2008a onwards).
A demo version of the code can be downloaded from the downloads page

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Answer by Sean de Wolski
on 3 Oct 2014

No, GUIDE does not support uitabs or uitabgroups in R2014b.

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Sean de Wolski
on 16 Oct 2014
For 100k lines of code, in my opinion, there should be multiple classes doing this. Debugging either nested functions or appdata on this scale is impractical. Also note, I'm all for having multiple small functions. Some of those can have their own nesting as necessary.
I couldn't agree more, but that code i was quoting started life in r2006b if I recall. So classes weren't a viable option.

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Answer by Charles
on 29 May 2015

I posted a workaround that is not too overwhelming in terms of programming: In MathWorks Answers
See if that works for you.

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