Maybe you want to install a keyboard hook (see
TextEditorController>>keyboardHook: ). This is a means to
install a callback block (individual per controller) which gets
called for every keyboard event (see #processKeyboardEvent: ). If
your callback block returns nil, then the event is regarded consumed
and it is not processed. Thus you have the chance to suppress or
modify the event.
Am 02.05.2013 08:40, schrieb Gary Peterson:
Is there an event to catch intermediate
(keystroke) changes on an InputFieldView?
I just see relevent events
#changed/#changing that trigger only for the losingFocus case. Or maybe there is way
to configure the widget to trigger in this regard?