Hi there !
I have set up an General/NSTextView so that it doesn’t wrap long lines by passing General/NSTextView’s setMaxSize: and General/NSTextContainer’s setContainerSize: a very large size (FLT_MAX). Which is the method I’ve seen in numerous examples around.
It’s working, but I have a weird problem.
While the view doesn’t wrap lines unless I type a carriage return (which is the behavior I’m expecting), it still wraps the line if I insert some tabs successively.
The text view shouldn’t wrap lines at all, unless the user types a carriage return (or the enter key).
To reproduce this, simply subclass General/NSTextView and insert this code somewhere :
[self setMaxSize:General/NSMakeSize( FLT_MAX , FLT_MAX )] ;
General/self textContainer] setContainerSize:[[NSMakeSize( FLT_MAX, FLT_MAX )] ;
Type some text, it shouldn’t wrap. But if you insert tabs at the beginning of the line, it will wrap.
I’m probably missing something.
Any ideas ?
Getting a General/NSTextView to not wrap can be tricky. Are you telling the text container to not track it’s text views width?