OK, color me confused. From the documentation, it looks like a data
browser column that's a custom data type can be editable. The docs
also say that DataBrowserEditItemProcPtr is not recommended
(probably because it uses the CFStringRef instead of
CFMutableStringRef). So how does one make it so a 2nd click on a
cell will activate an editing session? I'm attempting to create a
key equiv manager very similar to the Key Bindings editor in Xcode.
Normaly, a click on cell data in a selected row causes text items
to start an edit session. Xcode's Key Bindings editor needs a
double-click in the key equiv to start its edit session. How can I
do either of these for a custom data type?
Sadly, the BasicDataBrowser sample doesn't illustrate how to do
anything with a custom data type. I wish it would get updated to
show you how to do *everything* that a DB can do.
Also, is it possible to find the double-clicked property from the
NotifyProc? Seems like kind of a bad decision to NOT include the
property in this callback, since many of the messages could benefit
from knowing the property, and seem worthless without it.
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