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How to apply a tooltip to tabs on a DecoratedTabPanel

 
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Hi Ranchers,

I am trying to apply a Tooltip on a mouseOver on a tab in a DecoratedTabPanel.But I found that most of the methods needed to do that are deprecated.

Please suggest how do I go about it


Thanks in Advance.




 
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Which methods are you trying to use?
 
Rakesh Chaudhary
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Sorry....


needs to freeze on the requirement that whether its a DecoratedTabPanel or TabLayoutPanel.....

Will be back soon with the doubts...






 
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Ya its still DecoratedTabPanel

I was trying to use onMouseOver on the tabs.So that it would display the name of the tabs whenever a users hovers the mouse on it.

For instance like we have it in Eclipse.The thing is my tab names are too long and longer enough that it acquires the whole tab bar on
opening just two tabs

I can reduce the Tab Name but I am struggling on getting the MouseEnter methods on the tabs...

I am using gwt 2.0.3.

I also tried some ready made code available on the net for the toolTip stuff.But here too I am not able to call a mouseEnter on the ToolTipClass.

Waiting for suggestions from the Ranchers...












 
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