|Re: [AD] OSX and set_close_button_callback|
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On 7/12/07, Dustin Dettmer <dustin@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The docs for set_close_button_callback (and in the OSX section) claim that it's called not only when the user presses the close button, but also when the user selects Quit from the application menu (Command-Q). This is like a good idea, but it doesn't work. My game quits nicely when I click the close button, but Quit is greyed out in the menu, and Command-Q does nothing.
It used to work. The most recent revision to main.m broke it. Attached is a patch that fixes it. Disclaimer: I know nothing about Cocoa or OS X development, so it may or may not be correct. I believe it's fair to say that the reason it was disabled is that the target/selector did not exist. The default behavior is to disable menus that have no objects that can respond to the message. When manually enabling the menu by using menu.setAutoenablesItems =-NO and menu_item.setEnabled: YES, the menu item was enabled, but gave this error when clicking: 2007-07-12 18:08:34.527 exhello *** -[AllegroAppDelegate terminate:]: selector not recognized [self = 0x606fe0] -- Matthew Leverton
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