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And now is the time on Sprocke

2023-10-06 20:55:02.663632+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

And now is the time on Sprocke... MacOS development... when we try to figure out WTF Sonoma is breaking view hierarchy shit.

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#Comment Re: And now is the time on Sprocke made: 2023-10-08 03:32:55.018921+02 by: markd

They changed something with the bounds rectangles. I forget the details (I don't do mac stuff any more :( , but it's bitten a couple of indie friends)

#Comment Re: And now is the time on Sprocke made: 2023-10-10 01:22:36.642128+02 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, view hierarchy stuff changed, also some bits about subview clipping and drawing, I've got an NSTextField that's drawing to a frame that's 2 units wider on all edges than its superview, and drawing.

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