NSTabView and interface drawing artifacts

  • I have an NSTabView with four tabs.  Each tab has a variety of
    standard IB interface elements (NSButtons, NSTextFields, etc)  When I
    tab from one view to another, various bits of the interface that I
    just tabbed from get drawn in and around the interface elements of the
    current tab view.

    This does not happen on the machine that I develop on, but on one of
    my test machines (both PPC and running Tiger)

    It hasn't involved any functionality, but it doesn't look so great.

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    Bruce Johnson
    <bdjohnson01...>
  • On 3 oct. 06, at 01:31, Bruce Johnson wrote:

    > I have an NSTabView with four tabs.  Each tab has a variety of
    > standard IB interface elements (NSButtons, NSTextFields, etc)  When I
    > tab from one view to another, various bits of the interface that I
    > just tabbed from get drawn in and around the interface elements of the
    > current tab view.
    >
    > This does not happen on the machine that I develop on, but on one of
    > my test machines (both PPC and running Tiger)
    >
    > It hasn't involved any functionality, but it doesn't look so great.

    Stupid question of the day:

    are you sure the unwanted views are inside the first NSTabViewItem, not
    over?
  • No question is stupid:
    I just double checked, (So that I don't appear too stupid...) all
    interface items are "inside" their respective NSTabViewItem.

    On 10/3/06, Stephane Sudre <ssudre...> wrote:
    >
    > On 3 oct. 06, at 01:31, Bruce Johnson wrote:
    >
    >> I have an NSTabView with four tabs.  Each tab has a variety of
    >> standard IB interface elements (NSButtons, NSTextFields, etc)  When I
    >> tab from one view to another, various bits of the interface that I
    >> just tabbed from get drawn in and around the interface elements of the
    >> current tab view.
    >>
    >> This does not happen on the machine that I develop on, but on one of
    >> my test machines (both PPC and running Tiger)
    >>
    >> It hasn't involved any functionality, but it doesn't look so great.
    >
    > Stupid question of the day:
    >
    > are you sure the unwanted views are inside the first NSTabViewItem, not
    > over?
    >
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