[Xquartz-dev] NIB File
jeremyhu at berkeley.edu
Mon Feb 11 12:13:47 PST 2008
I updated git with the fixed settings in the view size section of
inspector (set a minimum for the window, locked the buttons
appropriately, etc). There is just one thing I'd like to clarify. In
your nib, you added a 'Shared User Defaults Controller', but I don't
see it linked to anything (right clicking it shows unlinked received
actions). Was this just on accident, or does it serve a purpose that
I don't see?
On Feb 11, 2008, at 09:51, Pelle Johansson wrote:
> The sizing stuff is all done in the autosizing box in the inspector,
> under the "view size" tab.
> Looks like you want to lock the scroll view in all directions, and
> allow it to resize. That's done by making all the lines solid red
> (lock in all directions, allow resize). For the buttons you want to
> disable resizing and lock them either to top right or bottom right,
> so unmark the lines with arrows, and let the right and either top or
> bottom locks be marked.
> You might also want to set the window minimum size to something
> appropriate (click the window title to edit the window properties in
> the inspector).
> For the disabling, I'm not as sure. I'm afraid I haven't used
> Interface Builder the last few OS X releases. You might have to do
> it in the -awakeFromNib: function, using outlets.
> If you're confused, I attached the new version. :) (I hope the
> mailing list accepts attachments)
> Pelle Johansson
> 11 feb 2008 kl. 03.40 skrev Jeremy Huddleston:
>> I just pushed some updates to xorg-server git relating to the NIB
>> file. I converted them to 3.x format, fixed up the X11Controller.h
>> header file, and added an option for the quartz-wm click-through
>> (won't actually work until quartz-wm uses org.x.X11 instead of
>> I'm having a bit of trouble with interface builder that hopefully
>> someone else can help me out with.
>> I'm used to using QT's Designer for interface building, and I can't
>> figure out how to manage the layout like I want. The issue is with
>> the Applications->Customize window. If you make it really big or
>> really small, it doesn't behave logically: buttons collide with
>> eachother instead of resizing, buttons shrink when there is room to
>> expand, etc...
>> Also, is there a way in Interface Builder to set items as inactive
>> (like the fullscreen checkbox / 256 color option), or is that
>> something that can only be done programatically?
>> Thanks in advance,
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