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Re: glyph generation errors in the layout manager

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: Re: glyph generation errors in the layout manager
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2011 12:55:03 +0200
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I tried to edit the gorm file and re-save it, but I still have the problem. Gorm doesn't find any problems in its file.

Perhaps Greg himself can be of help here, being the Gorm-Master.


Eric Wasylishen wrote:
Hi Riccardo,
The problem is Grr's NSTextView returns nil from -linkTextAttributes. The 
nib/gorm probably needs to be updated, assuming the code in -initWithCoder: can 
correctly read the linkTextAttributes from the archive.


On 2011-07-22, at 12:43 PM, Riccardo Mottola wrote:


I need to check better on SWK, but there it works. It was one of the things 
Fred and I (well, mostly him...) fixed during the hacking weekend.

Fred, tell us! What is going wrong? Should it work as it is?


Eric Wasylishen wrote:
I still do wonder why the links are not blue and underlined however.
Right now I think they'll only be blue and underlined if you set those 
attributes by hand.

What we need is for NSLinkAttributeName to imply all of the attributes in 
-[NSTextView linkTextAttributes] (blue and underlined) as well as 
NSToolTipAttributeName (with the URL as the string) if -[NSTextView 
displaysLinkToolTips] is YES. I'm not sure what the best way to do that is.

It will probably involve using temporary attributes for the 'extra' attributes 
implied by NSLinkAttributeName, but I'm not sure where we should set/unset 

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