flagsChanged: not being called on NSControl subclass

Steve Mills

What do you have to do these days to make this work? I tried returning YES from acceptsFirstResponder, as was suggested somewhere.

There is 1 NSTrackingArea added to the view, using options NSTrackingCursorUpdate | NSTrackingMouseEnteredAndExited | NSTrackingActiveAlways | NSTrackingInVisibleRect | NSTrackingEnabledDuringMouseDrag.

isOpaque returns NO.

Not sure what else to try. Just trying to set the cursor when modifiers change.

Steve Mills
Drummer, Mac geek

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