Building interfaces help

  • Anyone here willing to help out with some interface building?
    I use voiceover for my access to the mac os, and interface builder
    isn't exactly usable for designing output/input screens.  2.3 is a
    huge leap forward from previous versions, but I still can't build an
    interface just using voiceover commands.  So, if someone here would
    be willing to assist me, I'd greatly appreciate it.  I mostly need
    text fields put on a window, then I'll populate them and get the info
    from them in my code, but since I've failed to find help on how to do
    this programatically, I'm now asking to see if others would be
    willing to just use ibuilder and make my screens for me.
    I can't offer much in the way of compensation, except a huge thanks,
    but if anyone is willing to help, I'd certainly be greatful.
    On Jul 16, 2006, at 11:52 PM, Tim Hart wrote:

    > A few other interesting articles on Unit testing can be found here:
    >
    > http://martinfowler.com/distributedComputing/duckling.pdf
    >
    > and here:
    >
    > http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?UnitTest
    >
    >
    > On Jul 16, 2006, at 10:01 AM, Jean-Christophe Godefroy wrote:
    >
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> I did not test it but on apple web site I found this link :
    >> http://developer.apple.com/documentation/DeveloperTools/Conceptual/
    >> UnitTesting/index.html
    >>
    >> Hope this helps.
    >> Best Regards
    >> Jean-Christophe
    >>
    >>
    >> Le 16 juil. 06 à 15:35, William Squires a écrit :
    >>
    >>> Is there Apple documentation on the proper way to make unit tests
    >>> of cocoa stuff? Is there a good book that describes software
    >>> testing methodologies in general? Please respond (via email) off-
    >>> list - thanks!
    >>>
    >>> William H Squires Jr
    >>> 4400 Horizon Hill #4006
    >>> San Antonio, TX 78229
    >>> <wsquires...> <- remove the .nospam
    >>>
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  • You can create a new instance of an NSTextField and insert it with
    NSView's -addSubview like so:

    NSTextField *inputField = [[NSTextField alloc] initWithFrame:frameRect];
    // configure your text field how you like
    [[yourWindow contentView] addSubview:inputField]; // or insert into
    another view if necessary

    --
    Michael Watson

    On 17 Jul, 2006, at 00:04, Travis Siegel wrote:

    > Anyone here willing to help out with some interface building?
    > I use voiceover for my access to the mac os, and interface builder
    > isn't exactly usable for designing output/input screens.  2.3 is a
    > huge leap forward from previous versions, but I still can't build
    > an interface just using voiceover commands.  So, if someone here
    > would be willing to assist me, I'd greatly appreciate it.  I mostly
    > need text fields put on a window, then I'll populate them and get
    > the info from them in my code, but since I've failed to find help
    > on how to do this programatically, I'm now asking to see if others
    > would be willing to just use ibuilder and make my screens for me.
    > I can't offer much in the way of compensation, except a huge
    > thanks, but if anyone is willing to help, I'd certainly be greatful.
    > On Jul 16, 2006, at 11:52 PM, Tim Hart wrote:
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