On Mon, 22 Aug 2011 12:39:01 -0700, Matthew Weinstein said:
>I'm working on updating my app for lion. For the time being, just to get
>users able to proceed I need to disable Lion's restore savedstate
>default. I don't want Lion opening any windows (other than the ones I
>open programmatically) when a user starts the program. I can't find how
>to do that in the api for NSApp, am I missing something? I need the
>program to force this condition, rather than leave it to users (I did
>find a way users can turn off this feature).
Apple has not made this easy, despite the fact that this new Resume feature causes binary incompatibility with several applications.
In my case, I made a wrapper around NSDocument's addWindowController: that adds this:
NSWindow* window = [inControllerToAdd window];
if ([window respondsToSelector:@selector(setRestorationClass:)] &&
[window respondsToSelector:@selector(setRestorable:)] &&
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