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CHawk
Mar 23, 2008, 12:52 PM
Can someone please help me!! I am a complete newbie to Cocoa, and I am following the tutorials set by Scott Stevenson at cocoadevcentral.com. Everything was going fine until I arrived halfway through 'Learn Cocoa II' and I dragged an AppController.h to my MainMenu.nib. There is supposed to be an icon of the AppController appearing in the MainMenu.nib window, but nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong, or has the programme changed since the tutorial was written? Can anyone shed some light please????



Cromulent
Mar 23, 2008, 01:11 PM
Can someone please help me!! I am a complete newbie to Cocoa, and I am following the tutorials set by Scott Stevenson at cocoadevcentral.com. Everything was going fine until I arrived halfway through 'Learn Cocoa II' and I dragged an AppController.h to my MainMenu.nib. There is supposed to be an icon of the AppController appearing in the MainMenu.nib window, but nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong, or has the programme changed since the tutorial was written? Can anyone shed some light please????

I assume you are using Xcode and Interface Builder version 3? If so the tutorial is probably written for the old version, as Interface Builder in particular has changed quite a bit since the version for Tiger.

CHawk
Mar 23, 2008, 01:28 PM
I am using Leopard OS. I have literally just downloaded a few days ago. I downloaded Interface Builder 3 and xCode 3. If so, should I be doing a different action to achieve the same effect, or perhaps, I should just follow a different tutorial. Please advise?!?!?

Cromulent
Mar 23, 2008, 01:32 PM
I am using Leopard OS. I have literally just downloaded a few days ago. I downloaded Interface Builder 3 and xCode 3. If so, should I be doing a different action to achieve the same effect, or perhaps, I should just follow a different tutorial. Please advise?!?!?

You just need to read the Interface Builder manual to see how it works differently.

There are quite a few changes like that.

CHawk
Mar 23, 2008, 03:32 PM
Thank you for your help - I managed to find out how to do this from various tutorials!!!