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af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab:hover af|panelTabbed::tab-start af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled
have commas between
af|panelTabbed::header, af|panelTabbed::tab:hover, af|panelTabbed::tab-start, af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled
or do you really need all of these to be true in exact that order for the CSS to be applied ?
Yes, the requirement is that if the tab-content is part of a disabled tab then it applies image A irrespective of whether mouse is hovering over it or not. As I understand it, one needs to string the style references together to create that specific condition. My problem is that the browser is honoring the more general hover setting for the center and not the hover disabled setting. Works OK however for the tab-start & tab-end sections of the tab.
Does this sound like a bug ?