I was wondering if it is possible to add an event to a button that allowed me to move through tabs, even if they are part of the same element?

For example, a”Next” button on the Tab 1 will take me to Tab 2.

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Hi Quinn,

That is easy, just define the behavior of button like this:

The button will bring you to the second tab.

If you want to have a button that can always bring you to next tab, you can try something like this:

Here the number ‘3’ is the total number of tabs. You may also want to disable the “Next” button if the last tab is selected:


Thanks so much for the reply! I know I’m a little late getting back to the thread, but I’ve got a bit more complicated question along the same lines.

Say, for example, I have a 3 Vertical tabs (A,B, and C), and in each Vertical tab I have 3 regular Tabs (A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3). Is it possible to have a button in, say, A1 that will take you to B3?

I have been playing about with it for some time now, and cannot figure out the sequence that would allow such a behavior, if there even is one.

Thanks again! I’ve really liked the program and decided after the free trial to buy a subscription. Keep up the great work


Hi Quinn,

I am not so sure what you mean “take you to B3”. If you mean switching the Vertical tabs B to tab B3, that is easy:

If you want to hide A and C, and only show B, you can do it like that:

If you think A, B, C should never be shown in the same time, you can put them in different pages, and just switch pages when clicking the button (using the “Go to Page” action).


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