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I work with scans of 10 tune Nickelodeon player piano rolls. These can
be over 100 yards long when unrolled. My roll images when uncompressed
can be 100,000 plus pixels by 2800 pixels. In actual practice the images
are made of lines, not pixels.
To read these I have programs written in postscript or carbon. My
carbon application is getting long in the tooth.
I have been reading over this list and the Cocoa program examples and
documentation over the last 3 months.
I found the NSRulerView sample application. At issue is that interface
builder will only let me make a view that is 10000 pixels.
Searching the web I see suggestions to do this programmatically. I am
not sure where the code to create the window would go. I am finding
that Cocoa, especially V2.0 obfuscates things, especially where to put
things. What examples I have are base on images, but I am drawing
lines, based on the scroller positions.
I already have postscript and carbon code that tiles the images, So if
I have the first set of lines to draw and the last set of lines to draw,
I can find these in the file and draw them.
How do I do setup the ruler and scrollviews programetically without
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