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Re: What kinds of apps should quit when last window is closed?

Except the menu items for new contacts are greyed out. Can still edit template and whatnot, so I guess that still counts, but it’s not as strong a case as I
Jamie Phelps
Jan 28, 2011
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Re: What kinds of apps should quit when last window is closed?

Interesting… So, I guess that would include situations where you could still create a new entry, right? For instance, Address Book shouldn’t quit on last
Jamie Phelps
Jan 28, 2011
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1072

Re: What kinds of apps should quit when last window is closed?

... That is the guideline I follow, but I'm not sure if it spelled out in the HIG anywhere. ... Also keep in mind that Mail supports multiple viewer windows
Aaron Burghardt
Jan 27, 2011
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Re: What kinds of apps should quit when last window is closed?

a document based application should not close if the last window is closed. The user may just want to load another document in a non-document based app this
Volker Runkel
Jan 27, 2011
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What kinds of apps should quit when last window is closed?

We're having some discussion about applicationShouldTerminateAfterLastWindowClosed: and in what situations it's appropriate to return YES from this method.
Jamie Phelps
Jan 27, 2011
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1069

Re: Disabling a table view & the scroll bars

... Scroll bars are not controls in the traditional sense. Unlike sliders, they don't change anything in the *model*. All they do is let you *view* more than
Uli Kusterer
Jan 16, 2011
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Re: Disabling a table view & the scroll bars

... Disabled means you cannot interact with it (cannot click on a checkbox, radio button, editable text field). Scrollbars in inactive windows can still be
Tim Mityok
Jan 15, 2011
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Re: Disabling a table view & the scroll bars

... What does it mean for a control to be 'disabled' anyway? In a way, it's like a read-only mode. So you could argue that a disabled tableview should still
Sean McBride
Jan 13, 2011
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Re: Disabling a table view & the scroll bars

... I guess you'll have to disable the scrollbars manually, using the scrollbar accessors from NSScrollView. Whether or not the scrollbars should be disabled,
    Jens Miltner
    Jan 13, 2011
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    1065

    Re: Disabling a table view & the scroll bars

    Well, NSScrollView inherits from NSView, not NSControl, and therefore does not have an enabled state to set.
    Eric Gorr
    Jan 12, 2011
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    Re: Disabling a table view & the scroll bars

    This is just off the top of my head, but isn't the NSTableView itself contained within an NSScrollView? If so, you might have to disable that, too, to get the
    Terence Goggin
    Jan 12, 2011
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    1063

    Disabling a table view & the scroll bars

    I need to disable a NSTableView which is sitting inside of a NSScrollView. Doing so is straightforward, but what I did notice was that the scrollbars weren't
    EricG
    Jan 12, 2011
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    Great usability lecture recordings

    Hi, if you guys are interested in hearing lectures about Human-Computer-Interactions, iTunes U has some nice lectures on "Designing Interactive Systems" - in
    Uli Kusterer
    Dec 9, 2010
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    Food for thought

    Hi folks, since it's so quiet in here, I thought I'd mention that I recently blogged about "The menu must die"
    Uli Kusterer
    Dec 9, 2010
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    1060

    Re: Controls & Key Equivalents

    Gentlefolk, ... And also wrote: ... I'm a fan of Bare Bones's approach on this front. When BBEdit drops down a document-modal sheet, hold the Command-key down
    Brian Forte
    Nov 27, 2010
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