> Delegate methods could be used if there is an editable textview. But what if not? For other things we have "changeFont:, changeColor:,
> changeAttributes:". Unfortunately, neither of them are called by action I have mentioned.
The actions you mentioned, font typography options set via Apple's Typography panel, will send "changeAttributes:" to the first responder. In your method implementation you'll want to call "convertAttributes:" on the "sender", eg:
- (void) changeAttributes:(id)sender
NSDictionary* oldAttrs = [self myCurrentAttributes];
NSDictionary* newAttrs = [sender convertAttributes:oldAttrs];
// ferret out changes
If you have a NSTextView subclass you can override that method and do the work there just as easily.
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