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Adding an image to a textview programatically:

This code is all you need. Simply make sure that the textview has “Graphics Allowed” checked.

NSOpenPanel *open = [NSOpenPanel openPanel]; [open setAllowsMultipleSelection:NO]; [open setCanChooseDirectories:NO]; if ([open runModalForTypes:[NSArray arrayWithObjects:@”jpg”,@”jpeg”,@”gif”,@”png”,nil]] == NSOKButton) { NSString *thePath = open filenames] objectAtIndex:0];

[[NSFileWrapper *filew = [[[NSFileWrapper alloc] initRegularFileWithContents:[NSData dataWithContentsOfFile:thePath]] autorelease];

[filew setFilename:thePath]; [filew setPreferredFilename:[thePath lastPathComponent]];

NSTextAttachment *fileAttachment = [[[NSTextAttachment alloc] initWithFileWrapper:filew] autorelease]; NSImage *image = [[[NSImage alloc] initWithContentsOfFile:thePath] autorelease]; NSTextAttachmentCell *attachmentCell = [[[NSTextAttachmentCell alloc] initImageCell: image] autorelease]; [fileAttachment setAttachmentCell:attachmentCell]; NSAttributedString *fileAttString = [NSAttributedString attributedStringWithAttachment:fileAttachment];

[textview insertText:fileAttString];


Hi, I am trying this code. The attachment can be dragged to TextEdit or but when dragged to Desktop no (+) sign is shown on mouse pointer and when dropped it creates an empty Untitled clipping. Anything else should be added to make Finder accept this as file? –AndreyBabak