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I found out, that when the Timer is not initiated before I check, the log says correctly, that the timer is not valid. But when the timer is initiated and then invalidated, the log says: - [NSCFDictionary isValid]: selector not recognized [self = 0x3f02d0]
It seems, that something is messed up, because NSTimer* volTimer is not a NSDictionary object. Sometimes the Log says also NSAppleScript or NSEvent instead of NSDictionary. That's crazy! What's wrong here?
Have you tried NSZombieEnabled yet?
http://www.cocoadev.com/index.pl?NSZombieEnabled -- Daniel J. Luke +========================================================+ | *---------------- email@hidden ----------------* | | *-------------- http://www.geeklair.net -------------* | +========================================================+ | Opinions expressed are mine and do not necessarily | | reflect the opinions of my employer. | +========================================================+
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