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    In the following example I am not getting the scrolling arrows.
    How can I add these?

            <JqxTabs ref="myTabs" :width="'100%'" style="float: left;">
                <ul style="margin-left: 30px;">
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            <div style='float: left; margin-left: 20px;'>
                <div style='margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px;'>
                    <b>Scroll Buttons Position:</b>
                <JqxRadioButton @checked="checkedLeft($event)" :height="25" :width="100" ref="leftButton">
                <JqxRadioButton @checked="checkedRight($event)" :height="25" :width="100" :checked="true" ref="rightButton">
                <JqxRadioButton @checked="checkedBoth($event)" :height="25" :width="100" ref="bothButton">
        import JqxTabs from 'jqwidgets-scripts/jqwidgets-vue/vue_jqxtabs.vue';
        import JqxRadioButton from 'jqwidgets-scripts/jqwidgets-vue/vue_jqxradiobutton.vue';
        export default {
            components: {
            data: function () {
                return {
                    getWidth: getWidth('tabs')
            methods: {
                checkedRight: function () {
                    this.$refs.myTabs.scrollPosition = 'right';
                checkedLeft: function () {
                    this.$refs.myTabs.scrollPosition = 'left';
                checkedBoth: function () {
                    this.$refs.myTabs.scrollPosition = 'both';
    @import "https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/font-awesome/4.7.0/css/font-awesome.min.css";
    jqxTabs and scrolling #130997


    Where are you testing the example?
    Please test it in a real Vue app not in codepen,
    I can send you a demo Vue project with this functionality working.
    The arrow files are in styles/images folder, the codepen does not include these files

    Best regards,
    Svetoslav Borislavov

    jQWidgets Team

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