I ended up writing a category for NSManager to deal with this using
the xattr.h APIs.
- (NSDictionary *)PKG_extendedAttributesOfItemAtPath:(NSString
*)inPath error:(NSError *__autoreleasing *)outError;
- (BOOL)PKG_setExtendedAttributes:(NSDictionary *)inExtendedAttributes
> On 13 Oct 2016, at 23:59, Gerriet M. Denkmann wrote:
>> On 13 Oct 2016, at 20:02, Charles Jenkins wrote:
>> I don’t have any answers, but please keep us posted. Sierra is the first
>> macOS upgrade that proved to be a complete disappointment to
Just in case anyone finds this thread and wonders what the solution was,
here it is:
- (void) updateEditorHighlighting: (NSString*)expression
NSTextView * editor = (NSTextView*)[self currentEditor];
[self updateExpressionValue:self.stringValue into:editor.textStorage];
// This fixes a
On 15 Oct. 2016, at 12:43 am, tridiak wrote:
> This works up to 12. Above that, it sticks to 12.
Are you sure you're just not seeing them because the text in some columns is
longer than you tab width?
I just made a simple example with this:
> On Oct 14, 2016, at 6:43 AM, tridiak wrote:
> How does Xcode & Text Wrangler pull it off?
Xcode pretty heavily customizes the Cocoa text engine; even back in the
ProjectBuilder days they had a bunch of custom editing subclasses. I wouldn’t
be surprised if they
Why can’t I use more than 12 tab stops in NSTextView (enclosed by a standard
I can use less, but I need significantly more.
Is it to do with the ruler?
NSMutableParagraphStyle *style = [[NSMutableParagraphStyle alloc] init];
NSMutableArray* ma=[NSMutableArray array];
for (int t=0;