On Dec 28, 2011, at 3:19 AM, Lee Ann Rucker wrote:
>> I'm currently drawing the image in my custom cell using [image drawInRect:....], the image is a proper template image (the property is YES etc), but it's still just a grayscale image.
> You have to let the cell draw the image. [NSImage drawInRect:...] doesn't change the image and whatever NSButtonCell does isn't public.
> If that's not feasible, you can make a temporary NSButtonCell and use it to draw into another image that you can then use where you need it. rdar://9643738 requested an easy way to do that and was marked as a duplicate of 8067825.
Hmm. Ok, so I dropped a template image into an NSButtonCell in a table column, and inside of an NSButton just sitting on top of the table. Neither worked:
(Ignore the focus on the right burn button)
So it seems there's more to it than simply having the template image be in the button cell.
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