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Re: Key Equivalent on button

From: Andreas Höschler
Subject: Re: Key Equivalent on button
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 21:03:20 +0200

Hello Ludovic,

Oops, I forgot to also paste the code for the text field:

  [passwordSecureField setSelectable: YES];
  [passwordSecureField setTarget: [self windowController]];
  [passwordSecureField setAction: @selector(okClicked:)];

You can also set it as the initial first responder.

OK, now I see what you do. But that's IMHO not how it's supposed to work. This would mean that we have to set an action on all elements of a form instead of just setting a key equivalent on one button. On MacOSX and AFAIR also on OPENSTEP this is not necessary. But I also have no idea how this could be implemented correctly in GNUstep!?

Anyway, thanks for the workaround. This is much better than nothing and will do the trick for now.



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