Wild guess, but what about the “can” methods.
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In the headers is there any hidden secret docs hat might help?
On May 3, 2019, at 4:52 PM, Jens Alfke <email@example.com> wrote:
I’ve got a view-based NSTableView that uses NSTextFields. I’d like to be able to select text in some of the columns, mostly so it can be copied to the pasteboard.
If I set the “selectable” property of the NSTextField, nothing happens.
If I set the “editable” property, I can select text … but the text field immediately becomes editable when the row is clicked to select it (i.e. its background changes to white and a focus ring is drawn around it.)
I’d prefer to have the field become editable on a second click, after selecting the row. But I can’t think of a clean way of doing this without a bunch of gnarly AppKit subclassing and method-overriding. Any suggestions?
PS: This is *MAC OS*, not iOS.