All of the palette instructions are for Interface Builder 2 - the new IB3
has a different plug-in architecture. You will have to use the framework
and a custom view in IB with the more modern tools (until someone crafts up
an IB3 plugin :-)
It does have the "merge" behavior you seek, depending on which tab style
you assign to the control. There are a number of apps using the control to
that effect. Adium is probably the most notable of the group, and it is
their people who maintain the latest version at googlecode.
I was the original author of the control, and you can see it in action
(merged and all) in Pandora:
It has since been much improved, and I'm a little out of touch with it -
sorry I can't be of more help!
On Mon, 26 Jan 2009 22:17:21 +0000, Ulai Beekam <email@hidden>
>> Check out PSMTabBarControl over on googlecode:
> Hmm ok. I checked that out but the palette refused to appear in Interface
> Builder. I followed their directions and put PSMTabBarControl.palette
> folder into ~/Library/Palettes/ folder but no palettes appears in
> Builder even after restarting IB. Any ideas?
> Anyway, assuming if I want to make my own tab implementation, what
> mechanism do I use to "merge" my custom view into the toolbar, meaning
> the bottom border of the toolbar disappears in areas where my custom view
> is directly below the toolbar (this may not necessarily be all the
> horizontal space due to source lists to the left etc.) Can a custom view
> affect its neighboring toolbar like that in some way?
> About PSMTabBarControl, anyone here has any experience with it? Does it
> "merge" in the toolbar like it should?
> And again about that Xtorrent image I posted earlier
> (http://www.xtorrentp2p.com/1.png), what do you reckon he uses for tabs?
> You think he's using PSMTabBarControl?
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