(and I can't edit it now... sorry... @whatsisname pretend that was for you instead)
@jane I want to say yes, though I haven't done that level / depth of Cocoa coding in a long time. If it isn't possible to get that UI Object bound, it might be possible to test if something is within it via containsPoint.
Another approach would be to use it as a clipping path on something else (via addClip) and have that something else have the responder.
I saw a website, which cataloged software design patterns. The curious thing was that it also showed how frequently each pattern was used. The scale had 3 gradations: rare, moderate, frequeny. Of course, this indicator was rough and relative.
I can't seem to find this site again, unfortunately.
(note that it was written back in 2010 - so its a bit older than that first commit)
Its meant to help solve Killer Sudoku puzzles. "I've got a region of four cells that sums to 22, - it must have a 4 and can't have a 5 - what are the possible combinations?"
I got stuck with porting it to iOS at the time. The button bar that I use on Mac can have multiple selects - the iOS one couldn't. So I was going to have to implement a custom control and then moved on to other projects.
OK - let me delete this one and re-ask. Thanks! Very much appreciated. — Steve34 secs ago
That will be a third question, which at this point I will guess will likely be closed too... which will make for the three recent questions being down voted, closed, and/or deleted... question bans start somewhere around there IIRC.
I really wish I had refunds on close votes on deleted questions.
That's four close votes that have disappeared to the pink background already... 2.5h in from vote reset.
When a question is deleted the same vote-day as it was closed, refund the close votes cast on the question.
There are three situations where this comes up:
Question has a close vote or two, a comment tells the OP that this is off topic (or about issues with the question) and the OP self delete...