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for example, in a basic Cocoa Document application the Main.nib's file owner is the instance of NSApplication. The Document.nib's owner is the NSDocument subclass. There is no reason that you couldn't load a nib and set a bindings
compliant controller (or model object) as the owner (and thus the File's Owner).
Bindings are values, not actions. You can't actually trigger single or double actions on an NSTableView with bindings. You can bind an Action Invocation for Button and NSButtonCell, but not NSTableview selections.
I can see where Action Invocation would be useful for NSTableView though... if you think so, file an enhancement request at bugreporter.apple.com
|>More bindings confusion (From: Gwynne <email@hidden>)|
|>Re: More bindings confusion (From: Scott Anguish <email@hidden>)|
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