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How do you set detail view to have 3 columns in one tab, but leave at 2 columns (default) in other tabs?

Question asked by Ramblin Ramblin on Mar 7, 2014
Latest reply on Nov 6, 2014 by Jason Eggers
I know how to set the columns in a detail view to 3 columns instead of the default 2 by putting into detailviewdefs.php (in modules/EvMgr_Pgm/metadata if creating a custom module or in custom/modules/EvMgr_Pgm/metadata if editing an existin module)
    'maxColumns' => '3',
    'widths' =>
    array (
      0 =>
      array (
        'label' => '8',
        'field' => '19',
      ),
      1 =>
      array (
        'label' => '8',
        'field' => '19',
      ),
      2 =>
      array (
        'label' => '8',
        'field' => '19',
      ),
    ),
However, that sets the columns for ALL the tabs in a detailview

Is there a way I can have there be 3 columns in one tab and 2 columns (default) in the other tabs?



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