kandi X-RAY | appkit Summary
kandi X-RAY | appkit Summary
Android app boilerplate + image loader
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create content view
- Refreshes the layout
- Override in order to set the footer error
- Called when the data is scrolled
- Called when the view is scrolling
- Cancel all pending tasks
- Cancels a range of tasks
- Completes the edit
- Flushes the specified writer
- Handle touch event
- Performs an image download
- Deletes the view
- Dismiss the bottom sheet
- Draws the views over the RecyclerView
- Sets the listener which should be notified when the view is scrolled
- Show the window
- Draws the current highlight
- Blow a BitmapDrawable
- Returns the child view under the specified coordinates
- Opens the Fragment Activity for the given fragment
- Sets the activity s fragment containers
- Set the view created by the RecyclerView
- Initializes the window
- Initializes the view
- Re - initialize the configuration
- Create new content view
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I need a way to take photos programmatically from a macOS app and I am using
AVCapturePhotoOutput to achieve this.
First I initialize the camera with...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 08:38
As Bhargav Rao deleted my previous answer, I will add a new one.
I'm trying to build a Mac App using SwiftUI where I want to display Math using IosMath.
I installed it using CocoaPods and I'm able to import it.
But every Time I try to get to my View Containing the MTMathUILabel my App is crashing saying :
027055+0200 latextest[1709:84867] [General] -[NSNib _initWithNibNamed:bundle:options:] could not load the nibName: latextest.Latex in bundle (null).
My code goes as following: In SwiftUI:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 12:12
Solution: There was no nib file because I wasn't using InterfaceBuilder... so I needed to change the Controller see
I'm trying to subscribe to the
Activate event of an
NSStatusBarButton object in
DidFinishLaunching() but the event never gets invoked.
The purpose is to get notified when the top menu bar icon of the application is clicked so its contents can get populated dynamically....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 17:56
It does not fire because you attached a menu. The button action is popping up the menu and the activated event of the button is never fired. If you remove the menu the button event will run.
Either remove the menu and use it as a button. Then your event will fire. Or just use the menu.
If you want to run custom code when the menu is shows set a delegate of the NSMenu:
I have an iOS app that is ported to MacOS. The app uses Firebase for Crashlytics. So far I managed to configure everything just fine, by creating a separate Mac target and separate Firebase project for that target. The problem is that the crashes I see in the console for the MacOS project are all under "AppKit". Example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 11:42
After a lot of research I found that there is no perfect solution to this. I tried overriding NSApplication and setting it as NSPrincipalClass, and even implemented Sentry instead - no success. But I found a way to bypass AppKit using method swizzling and FIRExceptionModel.
Note: Before anything, for Firebase Crashlytics to work on MacOS, you need the following in your AppDelegate's didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:
I have an
NSPopUpButton that has a few menu items that expose identical functionality to some main menu items. Those are actions most relevant to the users current context.
To signal that those items also have
keyEquivalents (shortcuts), I wanted to set their
keyEquivalents to the same keys as the items in the main menu.
Unfortunately that doesn't seem to work, since the conflicting items now have their
keyEquivalents removed in the main menu (presumably automatically by AppKit).
Is it somehow possible to show the same
keyEquivalent in the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-30 at 21:35
Normally context menus are not the most logical place to show shortcut info. However, if you really want this, then the best / probably only working option is to reuse the menu in the main menu that you want to show in your
NSPopUpButton, like this:
I wanted to have an NSWindow with a blurred background so I created a wrapper for
NSVisualEffectView to be used in my
ContentView() with some help from How do you blur the background in a SwiftUI macOS application?. I also tried doing it with just the
NSWindow using https://github.com/lukakerr/NSWindowStyles#:~:text=true-,6.%20Vibrant%20background,A,-vibrant.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-29 at 23:29
Figured it out! Without any hacks too thankfully lol
In order to achieve this look without the nasty artifacts in the question you have to do a few things the way macOS wants them.
1. Don't set your
NSWindow.backgroundColor = .clear!
This is the cause for the nasty artifacts above in the first place! Leaving your window's color as is will make sure the window functions properly when changing screens.
NSVisualEffectView captures the image behind the window and uses that for the background so there's no need to make anything transparent.
2. Make sure to include
.titled in the window's styleMask!
Failure to do so will render the window without rounded corners. If you attempt to add rounded corners (like I did) to the SwiftUI view you will still have an opaque background on the
NSWindow itself. If you then set your window's background color to
.clear (like I did again) the shadow chop issues will ensue! However, this does not mean that the title bar will get in the way, it won't, we'll get to that in a bit.
3. Add your
NSVisualEffectView to your SwiftUI view!
I found this to be easier than adding the visual effect to the
NSWindow.contentView as a subview.
1. So start off by setting up your
NSWindow and AppDelegate! ⤵︎
All you're doing is making sure the titlebar is present but hidden.
I'm working on a markdown editor for macOS using AppKit, and have all the basics down and working. I'm using NSTextBlock for the code blocks.
One issue I'm encountering however, is that typing a Tab inside of an NSTextBlock, causes the caret to move down to the next paragraph, as opposed to inserting the tab whitespace. The desired outcome is for the user to be able to insert tabs inside of NSTextBlock.
I've created a sample project to demonstrate this behavior on GitHub.To quickly go over the sample project:
It's a simple AppKit application. I've added an Editable, Scrollable Text View to the default ViewController in Main.storyboard. The textView is connected to the ViewController class via an IBOutlet.
Inside of the autogenerated viewDidLoad() method, I call the
insertText function, which I wrote to insert a line of text, followed by two paragraphs styled with NSTextBlocks, into the NSTextView.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-27 at 11:53
Apparently a tab in a text block moves the insertion point to the next text block, which makes sense in a table. Workaround: subclass
insertTab and insert a tab.
I'm converting an old macOS app to SwiftUI, and I've run into a problem with the new SwiftUI WindowGroup.
The old app is a single window application (basically a glorified timer) and an URL scheme (appname://15) can be used to change the timer.
I've attempted to recreate the old URL Scheme functionality using the onOpenURL method, but whenever the URL Scheme triggers, the app opens a new window and I can't figure out how to stop that from happening....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-19 at 05:21
The article, "Open window / scene in SwiftUI 2.0 on macOS" shows how to open windows. I took the pieces of it and made it to where it would simply open my window instead of a different one.
This is a web browser i'm building for macOS and I'm trying to access a string variable inside my content view. But i'm getting this error...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-13 at 05:43
Use computed property.
I'm making a custom web browser in swiftui for a macOS app. How do i select all text when clicking inside the textfield? Just like how a web browser like chrome would when you click inside the address bar....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-12 at 16:35
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You can use appkit like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the appkit component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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