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Using the Cocoa toolbar (NSToolbar) in XE2

Delphi Haven – Following my previous post that demonstrated how to write a simple Mac PDF viewer, I got a request for showing how to use the Cocoa toolbar control in a FireMonkey application. When used, the Cocoa toolbar is the button bar that is fixed to the top of a window, and in recent versions of OS X, is visually (and functionally) integrated with the title bar. Unlike the PDF case, which involved calling a straight C API, creating and using a standard toolbar in OS X means negotiating with an Objective-C interface. As such, the necessary code is a bit less straightforward, since you need to go through ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 2012-07-15 19:09

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