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How can I lock a tab control untill fuction within tab is complete?

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I am a little stumpt.  What I would like to do is to lock a Tab control until the fuction within the tab is complete (and have a dialogue box saying something like "fuction 1 must stop before you can run function 2").
 
I realise some event based programming would have been best but I wonder if there is a quicker fix as the code I produced is quite complex now.  
 
I attach an example (tab control and two case stuctures) to clarify what I need to do.
 
I know there is probably a really simple answer so sorry to be so dim.
 
Many thanks
 
Ash


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Hi again Thomas
I think I probably haven't explained what I am trying to do very well.
Basically the tab control gives access to two separate block diagrams inside a case structure.  I attach an amended example to explain better.
I can see I don't need a disable function as clearly, niether case will run until the other has stopped.  All I need I suppose is a dialogue box pop up saying "case 1 must be stopped before case 2 can be run and vice versa" or for case 2 to be greyed out whilst case 1 is running and vice versa.  I am sure I am making this more difficult than it really is.
I will fix it in the end.
Many thanks 
Ash
 


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6/28/2006 1:40:11 PM
I'm still of the opinion that you need to disable the tab control. It's quite hard to give advice without knowing the background. Ok, I know what you want to accomplish, but I don't know how it fits in the rest of your app.
 
Ha look at the "wizard" template which could be another solution for you. 


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6/28/2006 2:10:09 PM
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