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Re: how?

From: reuss
Subject: Re: how?
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 10:53:36 GMT
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Thanks for the advice. I did something similar with focus lost and I
could not find any solution until today.
On Wed, 04 Feb 2004 11:00:46 +0100, Nicolas SANCHEZ wrote:

> euss wrote:
>> how do I connect a textfield to a textview? I dont really understand
>> how it should work, you know, I am a beginner (absolutely) andras
> I don't know if it's the best method (I'm new to GNUstep too) but it
> works.
> Create delegate object to your NSTextField and implements
> controlTextDidChange like this :
> (here textField is your NSTextField and you must have called [textField
> setDelegate: anObject] where anObject have the next method)
> -(void) controlTextDidChange: (id)sender {
>    NSAutoreleasePool *pool = [NSAutoreleasePool new];
>    if ([[textField stringValue] length] > 10)
>      {
>        [textField setStringValue: [NSString stringWithString:
> [[textField stringValue] substringToIndex: 10]]];
>      }
>    RELEASE(pool);
> }
> The problem when you use this is that when the number of letters exceed
> 10, the focus is lost by the textField. (I'm looking for a solution).

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