NSBrowser, bindings, and a custom cell class

Apple, Cocoa, General

Hi Cocoa Programmers,

There is a small bug in NSBrowser if you use bindings and want a custom cell class. Typically, you would do something like this in your awakeFromNib:

- (void)awakeFromNib {
    [iBrowser setCellClass:[ImageTextBrowserCell class]];

However, if you are using bindings, it won’t work. The cells that were archived out in the nib file will not have the proper class. So, you have to nudge NSBrowser a bit to get it going:

- (void)awakeFromNib {
    [iBrowser setCellClass:[ImageTextBrowserCell class]];
    [iBrowser loadColumnZero];

Just a quick tip in case you run into this!

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