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I am trying to display an NSProgressIndicator in an NSTableColumn. Since the NSProgressIndicator is not an NSControl, there is no obvious way I can see to get it's cell, if it even has one. Is what I am trying to do even possible? Why the inconsistency among how the controls are implemented?...

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    I am trying to display an NSProgressIndicator in an NSTableColumn.
    Since the NSProgressIndicator is not an NSControl, there is no obvious
    way I can see to get it's cell, if it even has one. Is what I am
    trying to do even possible? Why the inconsistency among how the
    controls are implemented?
    Paul Guest

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    Paul Forgey <com> wrote:
     

    The simplest way is to capture an image of the progress indicator and
    draw it into a cell. This has been discussed many, many times, so check
    the mamasam archives.
     

    I don't know. I guess the reason is that one does not interact with an
    NSProgressIndicator, so all that's needed is an image, not a full-n
    cell. m.

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    > I am trying to display an NSProgressIndicator in an NSTableColumn.

    Look here:
    <http://www.stepwise.com/Articles/Technical/2003-12-20.01.html>

    Regards,
    Mani

    Manfred Guest

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    Is there somewhere else I can download the the files from that page?
    The downloads come from www.joar.com, which doesn't seem to exist
    anymore.

    Manfred Lippert <de> wrote in message news:<BC6248EB.23985%de>... 
    >
    > Look here:
    > <http://www.stepwise.com/Articles/Technical/2003-12-20.01.html>
    >
    > Regards,
    > Mani[/ref]
    Paul Guest

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    Call me stupid, but trying to search using anything about either
    NSView or NSCell (or view, cell, draw, etc) either return hundreds of
    hits or a handful of results with nothing useful.

    com (matt neuburg) wrote in message news:<1g9oe5o.1e7ev2a1pzsz80N%com>... 
    Paul Guest

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    com (Paul Forgey) wrote in message news:<google.com>... 

    I was able to download them, try the site again.

    Michael
    Michael Guest

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