Thanks for your response Patrick, works perfectly.

Sorry for the long delay!

On 23 May, 18:48, patrick <patrick99...@gmail.com> wrote:
> What you could do is set a variable when the fade begins, and reset it
> when it ends, and then limit your tab buttons from having action if
> the fade is in progress.
>
> so it would look like:
>
> // inside tab click function:
> if (this.fade_in_progress) {
>   return false;
>
> }
>
> and then you'd do something like:
>
> this.fade_in_progress = true;
> pageElement.fade({ duration: 1.0, to: 1.0, afterFinish: function()
> { this.fade_in_progress = false; }.bind(this) });
>
> -patrick
>
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