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Sat 11 Mar 2006

Cocoa Split View in MailServe

Category : Technology

I figured out how to do a Cocoa split view for a MailServe panel. For the longest time, I've had a problem handling the interface for the four scrolling text views in this MailServe panel whenever the window is resized:

But a split view solves everything. The user can slide the divider between the two pairs of scrolling text fields to control their relative heights.

I'll pack all these enhancements into a 2.1 release for MailServe, including the POP and IMAP Universal Binaries, if we can get that done. It's 2.1 to signify that it's all been properly tested on an Intel Mac, on that very nice iMac Core Duo that we've just got.

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