Creating Treebard's Assertions & Sources Dialog 197

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In this video: Why everyone should subscribe to the Treebard video channel. Going over the options of how to let the user know which tabs in the assertions tab-book have content so the user doesn't have to click on empty ones to find out if anything is in them. Wondering where to display assertions that aren't linked to a finding. Setting surety on assertions using the GUI. Writing a method in the TabBook class to add an asterisk to the tab text depending on the interests of the TabBook instance. Looking for an existing collection with a usable reference to the LabelTabs whose text needs to be reconfigured with an added "*".

Treebard GPS is a showcase of genealogy software (genieware) functionalities, a work in progress that's intended to demonstrate user interface features and data structures that are considerably better than what's generally available in existing genealogy apps.

Treebard GPS is free, open source, public domain, family tree software being created by Scott Robertson a.k.a. Uncle Buddy a.k.a. Professor U. d'Guru.
README: https://github.com/ProfessorUdGuru/treebard_gps_2022
website: http://treebard.com
video playlist: https://treebard.com/video.html
code repository: https://treebard.com/repo.html
video channel: https://rumble.com/c/c-1673045
forum and blog: http://treebard.proboards.com

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