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Re: GORM: adding columns to NSTableView

From: Uli Kusterer
Subject: Re: GORM: adding columns to NSTableView
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 21:12:38 +0100
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In article <>,
 Gregory John Casamento <> wrote:

> Nothing...  you need to double click the table and then click on a column.  
> Copy it and then past it.   That should add a column to the table.
> I've been considering modifying the inspector to have a "add column" button to
> simplify this.

I think it'd be a great idea.

 But just in case you haven't seen Apple's IB recently: They have a 
"number of columns" edit field in there, and if you enter a higher 
number it'll add that many columns.

 Personally, I'd find this more convenient, as usually I create a new 
NSTableView, and then I know I need it to have n columns, so entering 
that number is way faster than clicking an "add column" button n times.

 Which doesn't mean I think the button is bad, mind you. As long as 
there is an explicit way to add a column, it's fine with me.

-- Uli

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