As far as the dartview -- I believe what you're asking about is
in the nib, and I believe it's bound to the edges. All of this
is new to me -- this is pretty much my only app, and this is all
the graphics it does, so hence my uncertainties...
If dartView fills the content area of the window in the nib and is
bound to the edges, then it should have the same dimensions as the
content view. If that's not what you're seeing you might want to
look at the nib to make sure it's set up the way you think it is.
Larry, this is great. Sounds like I don't need dartview at all, no?
I can't give you a definitive answer without knowing exactly how you
plan to use it, but probably not if all you're doing is using it to
draw an image. An HIImageView might make more sense, though if you're
using a CGImageRef. Still, if this is all the window has and you have
to resize it after creation then creating it programmatically might
make more sense that screwing around with a nib.
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