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I have an NSDocument-based application that is still pretty close to the Xcode template for "Cocoa Document-based application"; i.e. I subclass NSDocument but not NSWindowController, and I implement -windowNibName but not -makeWindowControllers. When I open a new document, it doesn't cascade; it opens with the same frame as the previous one. Setting a breakpoint at -[NSWindow cascadeTopLeftFromPoint:] shows that it is indeed called, from this stack: #0 0x94f5d6a4 in -[NSWindow cascadeTopLeftFromPoint:] () #1 0x94f415e6 in -[NSWindowController _windowDidLoad] () #2 0x94edf476 in -[NSWindowController window] () #3 0x94edf376 in -[NSWindowController showWindow:] () #4 0x94edf2b9 in -[NSDocument showWindows] () #5 0x94edd580 in -[NSDocumentController openUntitledDocumentAndDisplay:error:] () however, the argument to cascadeTopLeftFromPoint appears to be always (0,0). Any idea what could cause this? Thanks, Stefan -- Stefan Haller Ableton http://www.ableton.com/ _______________________________________________ Cocoa-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Please do not post admin requests or moderator comments to the list. Contact the moderators at cocoa-dev-admins(at)lists.apple.com Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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