Subject: Re: NSView Redrawing Issue ...
That was it, thank you for pointing that out.
Changed all instances where I'd used rect to [self bounds] and it works a charm.
2009/3/26 Michael Ash <michael.ash@xxxxxxxxx>:
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 5:53 PM, Mic Pringle <micpringle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I've created a custom view to replicate the blue panel at the bottom
>> of the iPod Summary page in iTunes. All is well except that when I add
>> controls on top of this view (buttons etc) in IB, when the application
>> is launched the controls have thick gray borders around them until I
>> resize the window, at which point they disappear. If I then click any
>> on these controls, it then reappears until I again resize the window.
>> I know I can do [customview setNeedsDisplay:YES] but in order for this
>> to work I would need to call it in every action connected to every
>> control that's placed on the view, and also I'm not sure where to put
>> it to get rid of the initial gray borders. Plus I want to update a
>> label in the view using bindings from a CoreData object so I can
>> really call setNeedsDisplay on that ??
>> Surely there is something that I'm missing here to get the correct behavior
> This is almost certainly due to misusing the parameter to your
> -drawRect: method, as described here:
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