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Re: NSToolbar and NSDrawer

From: Robson Cardoso dos Santos
Subject: Re: NSToolbar and NSDrawer
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 09:02:56 -0300

2009/4/16 Gregory John Casamento <address@hidden>:
> Robson,
> 1) Drag a drawer into the objects editor in the document view
> 2) CTRL-drag from the drawer to the window you would like it to be attached
> to and click parentWindow in the connections which come up to connect it.
> 3) You will need a button or something to open/close/toggle the drawer.

Ok, thanks Gregory, now I got it!

On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 6:40 PM, Fred Morcos <address@hidden> wrote:
> The NSDrawer behvior is messed up. I'm using GNUstep and Gorm from
> svn. The drawer gets shown away from the window. It get further away
> from the window when the latter is resized in both ways. Also, the
> bottom drawer gets shown vertically instead of horizontally.

Yes, and when you move the window with the drawer opened, it doesn´t
follow the main window when moving.
Indeed, its opening and closing is very slow.

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