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Old Jan 31, 2013, 12:20 PM   #1
azrael2000
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changing color for a label

Hi there.

I am running Snow Leopard and running Xcode 4.0.

I am trying to change the color of text in a label, however I can't seem to get it to work.

I read the developer documentation, and when I use the line:
Code:
[myText setTextColor:<#(NSColor *)#>
I can't find the proper syntax.

Can someone tell me what I am supposed to do? I know that NSColor is looking for a pointer, but nothing I try seems to work.

Simple for others, perhaps, but I am just starting here.

UPDATE: I am getting closer. This doesn't work, but seems to be on track, if that seems right
Code:
 [myText setTextColor:(NSColor *) redColor];
The program builds ok, but when I run it and click the button to which this is attached, I crash...

Regards

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