MonobjcMonobjc Documented Class Library
LayoutManagerDidCompleteLayoutForTextContainerAtEnd Method (aLayoutManager, aTextContainer, flag)
NamespacesMonobjc.AppKitINSLayoutManagerDelegateLayoutManagerDidCompleteLayoutForTextContainerAtEnd(NSLayoutManager, NSTextContainer, Boolean)

Informs the delegate that the given layout manager has finished laying out text in the given text container.

Original signature is '- (void)layoutManager:(NSLayoutManager *)aLayoutManager didCompleteLayoutForTextContainer:(NSTextContainer *)aTextContainer atEnd:(BOOL)flag'

Available in Mac OS X v10.0 and later.

Declaration Syntax
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void LayoutManagerDidCompleteLayoutForTextContainerAtEnd(
	NSLayoutManager aLayoutManager,
	NSTextContainer aTextContainer,
	bool flag
Sub LayoutManagerDidCompleteLayoutForTextContainerAtEnd ( _
	aLayoutManager As NSLayoutManager, _
	aTextContainer As NSTextContainer, _
	flag As Boolean _
void LayoutManagerDidCompleteLayoutForTextContainerAtEnd(
	NSLayoutManager^ aLayoutManager, 
	NSTextContainer^ aTextContainer, 
	bool flag
aLayoutManager (NSLayoutManager)
The layout manager doing the layout.
aTextContainer (NSTextContainer)
The text container in which layout is complete. If nil, if there aren’t enough containers to hold all the text; the delegate can use this information as a cue to add another text container.
flag (Boolean)
If YES, aLayoutManager is finished laying out its text—this also means that aTextContainer is the final text container used by the layout manager. Delegates can use this information to show an indicator or background or to enable or disable a button that forces immediate layout of text.
Version Information
  • Available in Monobjc Bridge: 10.6 (For Mac OS X 10.6 and later), 10.5 (For Mac OS X 10.5 and later)

Assembly: Monobjc.AppKit (Module: Monobjc.AppKit)