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In case a ‘tab’ row content is complex, it’s indeed a mess working with many hide-when’s. I often use a calculated subform in that case. And simply calculate if the subform is visible or not. E.g. @if(Status=”New”;”Mysubform”;””)
Other issue: If the tabbed table menu is set "Show on the left" or right (not above the table). The tab itself isn't hidden - it does not show the caption but the empty line is still there. This is confusing for users, you can even click the empty line which cause another (the last) tab to open.
Correct, it does not exist. It should be an option in the properties of the table. Hide row when or hide column when.
As proposed by Theo, you can achieve what you are looking for by hiding all paragraphs contained in the relevant row of the tabbed table. However, although I've successfully used that approach, it becomes pretty cumbersome when the row contains multiple paragraphs with different hide-when formulas, which then have to be modified one by one. That's why I don't agree with the status of "Already exists", and I'm voting yes.
How do you do that in a tabbed table? There is no hide when formula for rows.
You can do that now: just make sure all lines in that row are hidden.
The tab will disappear.