Tips for making your Xojo apps ready for Mac OS X Yosemite
Issue: 12.5 (September/October 2014)
Author: Sam Rowlands
Author Bio: Sam is the codemancer behind Ohanaware Software.
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Starting Page Number: 40
Article Number: 12507
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Mac OS X 10.10, code name: "Yosemite." You know it's coming. You've probably played with a developer's preview or the public beta. How'd your application fare? "It works," is probably the answer. But is that enough?
For most cases, your Xojo-made application will continue to function just fine on Yosemite, but it won't by default take advantage of the new visual effects that Apple has added. So I'm going to show you how to get some of them at least. We'll cover a few things for this article:
- Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
- Combined Toolbar and Titlebar
- Transparent Titlebar
- Adding controls to the Titlebar
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