Lucky for us, both UIView and NSView have some methods to give us the So let’s dive in to see how we can convert frames between different. Hi there. I am able to get a NSView using w (blah, blah, blah) but I need to have it as a NSTextField. How can I do this?. NSView(). Default constructor, initializes a new instance of this class. NSView( NSCoder). A constructor . ConvertRectFromBacking(RectangleF): RectangleF.
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The following is an alternate way to do it: Initialize a zero-sized rectangle at the desired location within the view’s coordinate system.
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convert(_:from:) – NSView | Apple Developer Documentation
Sign up using Facebook. Email Required, but never shown. Sign too or log in Sign up using Google. Mac OS uses different coordinate systems in various places. Views can define if they have an upwards or downwards pointing y-axis isFlipped. Initialize a new window with the converted rectangle.
convert(_:to:) – NSView | Apple Developer Documentation
Update the rectangle with the desired cojvert of the new window. Convert from view to window. In this example I want to position a window exactly at the coordinates depicted with the yellow arrow. Here’s a play-by-play for those who like walkthroughs: Not sure if relevant, but the bottom screen has a retina resolution display.
Convert the rectangle from the view’s coordinate system to the window’s coordinate system by specifying nil for the destination view. It’s better not to try to do the conversion of all the coordinate spaces yourself but let the responsible objects do the job: All I do have however, are the coordinates of an NSView that is a subview of the contentView of an NSWindow that spans the entire bigger,upper secondary monitor.
Dear Nikolai, could you please provide a Swift solution. The latter way simply sets the rect up ahead of nsvidw. A window’s origin is expressed in “screen coordinates” with an upwards y-axis.
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