|Oct 3, 2004, 01:21 PM||#1|
Cocoa, getting focused control
How would I go about getting the currently focused control? I mean there has to be some method I am missing that will return an identifier for the currently focused control.
Also is there a method or something that is called each time a control gets focused and loses the focus.
The reason I am asking is I want some specific things to happen when a control gets its focus and when it loses it.
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