custom view don't work after 3days trying

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  1. ginjko macrumors newbie

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    #1
    I got a custom view displaying a picture and a path with a draw rect method, it loads fine and the drawing code works. But I need to update this view with a parameter that i get computed from an other class . I get this parameter update fine with a void method and at the of this method i got a setneeds display. but it does not work. If i put a self draw rect method it works but it draws my view on the bottom left corner.
    I spent hours trying to solve this I just can t do it.

    I attach my code to this post

    Can someone help me ....
     

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  2. Sydde macrumors 68020

    Sydde

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    #2
    The origin of a view ( 0, 0 ) is the lower left corner by default. You can either learn how to flip a view and how to draw images in a flipped view (NSImage also needs to be flipped to draw right) or you can learn to deal with working from the bottom up.
     
  3. kwfl macrumors 6502

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    #3
    as sydde said, you may need to filp your view.

    Try adding to your view class implementation

    Code:
    -(BOOL)isFlipped
    {
    	return YES;
    }
    And for the setNeedsDisplay method. Just double check you are calling it on view class and not another class!
     
  4. ginjko thread starter macrumors newbie

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    so to update the content of my view i should redraw it up side down and flip it again
     
  5. Sydde macrumors 68020

    Sydde

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    You need do only two things: tell the images that they will be drawing in a flipped view (look up the docs for NSImage, there is a method for this), and do your drawing with a top-down coördinate system in mind. I am pretty sure everything else takes care of itself.
     
  6. ginjko, Jan 11, 2011
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2011

    ginjko thread starter macrumors newbie

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    My problem is that i call this void from an other class, and this is supposed to update K_imput, witch is the crucial value in my drawing.
    If I update it through an IBaction and then call the set needs display it works but this value needs to be computed first by my other class and I can't enter it via an IBaction.

    here is the void supposed to update this value.


    - (void) set_k:(double)k_update;
    {
    k_imput = k_update;

    printf(" K imput %f\n", k_imput);

    }

    I can read the value updating in the debuger console and it works fine,
    but i have an other printf to read this same value inside the drawrect void.
    And inside the draw rect void, this value stays nul.

    Why !!!!!
     
  7. jiminaus macrumors 65816

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    #7
    Just a wild theory, but does your other class have a reference to same instance of your view?

    If you put the following code at the start of each of your methods of moon_display_view:

    Code:
    NSLog(@"%s: %@", __PRETTY_FUNCTION__, self);
    
    it will log the method name and a description of your moon_display_view into the debugger console. The description will include it's "address". Is the "address" always the same?
     

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