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From "Valentin, AJ" <AValen...@SCIRES.COM>
Subject Tabs with Apache Solr using Drupal 7
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2012 18:11:26 GMT
Hello Solr Experts,

Does anyone know how to active tabs (or scope bar) for the Solr search mechanism within Drupal
7?

Thank you.

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