Horizontal labels layout in tabs/panels widget

When using the tabs widget, the tab labels automatically align themselves one above the other (vertically, up to two in a row). e.g.:
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How can I adjust the labels’ layout so that all tabs appear horizontally aligned (like this)?

code example:

tab2 = Panel (child=rb_barFig, title=‘Weekly/Multi Seasonal’)

tab3 = Panel (child=rb_winter, title=‘Daily/Winter’)

tab4 = Panel (child=rb_spring, title=‘Daily/Spring’)

tab5 = Panel (child=rb_summer, title=‘Daily/Summer’)

tab6 = Panel (child=rb_autumn, title=‘Daily/Autumn’)

tabs = Tabs(tabs=[tab2, tab3, tab4, tab5, tab6])

doc.add_root(column(somethingElse, tabs))

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Also, is there an explicit way of modifying the tabs’ appearance embedded into Bokeh?

Thanks

If this is occurring in the latest version of Bokeh, then it seems like a bug. Before I ask to make an issue, it's worth you checking if this happens with Bokeh 1.1 and if so, for you to provide a *complete* minimal script to reproduce the issue. It's impossible to help/investigate something that we cannot reproduce.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On May 10, 2019, at 6:53 AM, [email protected] wrote:

When using the tabs widget, the tab labels automatically align themselves one above the other (vertically, up to two in a row). e.g.:
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How can I adjust the labels' layout so that all tabs appear horizontally aligned (like this)?

code example:
    tab2 = Panel (child=rb_barFig, title='Weekly/Multi Seasonal')
    tab3 = Panel (child=rb_winter, title='Daily/Winter')
    tab4 = Panel (child=rb_spring, title='Daily/Spring')
    tab5 = Panel (child=rb_summer, title='Daily/Summer')
    tab6 = Panel (child=rb_autumn, title='Daily/Autumn')
    
    tabs = Tabs(tabs=[tab2, tab3, tab4, tab5, tab6])

    doc.add_root(column(somethingElse, tabs))

Also, is there an explicit way of modifying the tabs' appearance embedded into Bokeh?

Thanks

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Bryan - thanks as always

Just upgraded from 1.0.2 to 1.1.0 which solved the issue.

Best,

Noam

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On Friday, May 10, 2019 at 3:22:24 PM UTC+1, Bryan Van de Ven wrote:

If this is occurring in the latest version of Bokeh, then it seems like a bug. Before I ask to make an issue, it’s worth you checking if this happens with Bokeh 1.1 and if so, for you to provide a complete minimal script to reproduce the issue. It’s impossible to help/investigate something that we cannot reproduce.

Thanks,

Bryan

On May 10, 2019, at 6:53 AM, [email protected] wrote:

When using the tabs widget, the tab labels automatically align themselves one above the other (vertically, up to two in a row). e.g.:

<Capture.JPG>

How can I adjust the labels’ layout so that all tabs appear horizontally aligned (like this)?

code example:

tab2 = Panel (child=rb_barFig, title='Weekly/Multi Seasonal')
tab3 = Panel (child=rb_winter, title='Daily/Winter')
tab4 = Panel (child=rb_spring, title='Daily/Spring')
tab5 = Panel (child=rb_summer, title='Daily/Summer')
tab6 = Panel (child=rb_autumn, title='Daily/Autumn')
tabs = Tabs(tabs=[tab2, tab3, tab4, tab5, tab6])
doc.add_root(column(somethingElse, tabs))

Also, is there an explicit way of modifying the tabs’ appearance embedded into Bokeh?

Thanks


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