[Mono-osx] MonoMac - Cocoa Bindings question

Raul Bravo bracaboy at gmail.com
Thu Feb 24 09:27:44 EST 2011


I'm using cocoa for the first time (i'm using it through MonoMac), so I'm
having problems understanding how I can do this:

I have some text fields with some data binded to it (using Cocoa bindings,
and a Object Controller), the problem is that I want to making changes in
those textfields saved
only when I press a button, but I can't figure how I can do this, as for now
when I change the text in a textfield those changes are automatically
commited when I leave the textfield..

I've attachted a sample project.

In this project, as soon as you run it, a new window with some textfields
with some data binded to it will appear. I've changed the object properties
setter, so when any property setter is called
a MessageBox will appear to let you know that the object is being updated..

So if you run the app, and change any textfield, you will notice (with a
messagebox) that those changes are being saved as soon as you change from
one textfield to another one..

ps. Sorry but english is not my main language :/

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