A subclass of Control which wraps NSSegmentedControl.
|Parameters:||parent – A View instance. See View.parent.|
Cocoa constant. Equivalent to [self segmentStyle] and sets the look of the control. Use with NSSegmentStyle constants.
Cocoa constant. Equivalent to [[self cell] trackingMode] and determines whether one, any or no segment can be selected at once. Use with NSSegmentSwitchTracking constants.
Adds a new segment with the specified label and width and returns it. The width of the segmented control will be automatically adjusted to the sum of allsegment widths plus an overhead (8).
Represent a segment in a SegmentedControl. It doesn’t wrap any Cocoa class because none exist for that, but it still determines how segments in the parent segmented control are going to be set up. Instantiate with SegmentedControl.addSegment()
String. The label of the segment.
Numeric. The width of the segment.
String. Name of the image resource to display in the segment.
String. The string that is spoken out by Voice Over when the segment is selected. There’s no equivalent for this feature in XCode. To set a segment’s accessibility description in a normal project, you have to resort to manual code. Well, not with xibless!