On Aug 22, 2007, at 8:30 AM, Rich Love wrote: > My ultimate goal is to get all of this to work with FBtoC Assumed as much. > I assume that FB runtime event code will work with FBtoC ? Yes. FBtoC was built to handle FB's standard dialog handler/menu handler (i.e. on menu fn xxxx on dialog fn yyyyyyy) > I know it is not good to mix methods but I have already spent the > last couple of weeks doing my conversion using Al's NIB window > example. Some mixing might work but don't me hold to it unless we get into specifics. If you must do mixing (i.e. programmatic window/control creation and nib window/control creation), I'd recommend not mixing on the same window. In other words, one window can be all nib-based and another window can be created programmatically. As you've apparently found out, mixing both on the same window invites trouble. Brian S. > > Rich > > > On Aug 22, 2007, at 9:26 AM, Brian Stevens wrote: > >> >> On Aug 21, 2007, at 8:23 AM, Rich Love wrote: >> >>> How do I use edit fields when my windows are built with Interface >>> Builder? >> >> Typically, ALL fields (edit or otherwise) are built in IB. There >> is no need to mix programmatic edit field creation and IB >> creation. Programmatic creation is dependent on the FB runtime >> event code and IB code is Carbon Event driven. I'm sure edit field >> is more comfortable, but mixing methods is tricky since they were >> not designed to co-exist. If you are using IB, I would recommend >> using CE methods to manipulate the data. >> >> >> Brian S. >> >> -- >> To unsubscribe, send ANY message to: futurebasic- >> unsubscribe@... >> > > > > Rich Love - Carnation Software > MacWise Terminal emulation for Macintosh > http://www.CarnationSoftware.com > > > richlove@... > 512 858-9234 > > > > > > > > > > -- > To unsubscribe, send ANY message to: futurebasic- > unsubscribe@... Brian S.