[MacRuby-devel] Dynamic refresh in a view - xcode 4 / MacRuby
lsansonetti at apple.com
Wed May 25 13:28:38 PDT 2011
Just one minor detail, the NSTimer callback method accepts an argument (which is a reference to the NSTimer object). So it should be:
If it works otherwise, then it's pure luck :)
On May 24, 2011, at 10:50 PM, Thomas R. Koll wrote:
> Laurent is right and and I think best would be for you to use a NSTimer.
> def drawWord
> if !next_word
> self.label.stringValue = next_word
> self.setNeedsDisplay true
> def next_word
> self.timer = NSTimer.scheduledTimerWithTimeInterval( 1/20.0,
> target:self, selector:"drawWord:", userInfo:nil, repeats:true)
> Am 25.05.2011 um 02:06 schrieb azzzz at gmx.net:
>> I have a label that I have set to blank, and after a user clicks 'go' I generate a random word or number and use:
>> self.label.stringValue = "some_word"
>> to update the view.
>> However, I would like to show 200 or so random words in quick succession before the final one is shown - just because it's too plain at the moment. Alternatively, I'd be happy with showing an animated graphic in its place - which is replaced by the final random word after a few seconds.
>> I've tried things like:
>> 100.times do
>> num = rand(40)
>> self.label.stringValue = num
>> sleep 1
>> But it doesn't work. I've also (after googling) tried .reloadData but to no avail as well.
>> Any ideas on how to achieve this? Or pointers on how to add animations to my window/views?
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