|Subject:||Re: [PATCH] Rewritten NSComboBox implementation|
|Date:||Mon, 17 May 2004 02:27:05 +0200|
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Quentin Mathé wrote:
The current implementation support both NSTableView or NSBrowser to display the list. By default a table view is used but a flag in NSComboBoxCell.m permits to switch to a browser. I think that both NSBrowser and NSTableView returns wrong row/cell size and intercell space, such issues needs to be fixed because we obtain a list which is not sized in an exactly correct manner and doesn't respect the visible items property precisely.
Could you please explain, why you support both different implementations? And which one is the better, that is, worthwhile to keep? GNUstep used to have a browser, whereas Apple uses a table view, if I remember correctly.
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