|Mar 25, 2009, 04:39 AM||#1|
Which delegate method I should use when I clicked a textfield?
When I clicked on the textfield,I want to open a panel. I think that I should use a delegate method to respond the clicked event. I found that the method - (void)textDidBeginEditingNSNotification *)aNotification not work , and then the method - (void)controlTextDidBeginEditingNSNotification *)aNotification worked ,but I found this method worked when I edited the textfield not to cliked it ,why? and that when I edited the textfield again ,This method not to work ,why?
|Mar 26, 2009, 12:00 AM||#4|
Edit: Typically, it's a bad idea to alter the default behaviors of standard UI elements. Users expect things to happen in a certain way when they interact with the GUI. Violating those expectations can lead to confusion and possibly even concern that your app is broken/bugged. In other words, you might want to re-think your design decisions a bit to see if this is the best implementation.
Last edited by GorillaPaws; Mar 26, 2009 at 12:13 AM.
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