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|When I'm working, I find it useful to have all the different resources I use open in different tabs in my browser.|
Tab is just an English word, for my feeling still closer to English then a real anglicism.So, Registerkarte or Reiter could also have been used in place of tab, which is, by all account an anglicized, right?.
Registerkarte. So, I think the entry in the dictionary has been mispelt. I copied and pasted straight from the entry. I think it should be revised. It could mislead others as well.Tab is just an English word, for my feeling still closer to English then a real anglicism.
Registerkarte and Reiter are terms used in context of paper-based traditional files. They are not very common in modern computer technology, but convey a slightly old-fashioned way.
For a tab on an internet browser people mostly say Tab. For a tab on an Excel spreadsheet people mostly Reiter. I suppose it depends on the kind of user who typically uses an application.So, Registerkarte or Reiter could also have been used in place of tab, which is, by all accounts an anglicism, right?.
What is it? Is it the same as a link? Or maybe "on" is the same as "above"? :a tab ( on a webpage)
Or "on a webpage" = "in a browser window"?
First one tab is visible (in full), then you click another tab to make it visible?click a tab
What kind of paper?click that tab on the paper left'