When I use GetOpenFolderItem on a Mac, the open dialog does not close after selecting the file. The code proceeds on, but the dialog box is still open . How do I get it to close?
Here is my code:
’ Reads Input Table (fIT)
Dim sType as New FileType
sType.Name = “text/csv”
sType.MacType = “TEXT”
sType.Extensions = “csv”
Dim fIT as FolderItem = GetOpenFolderItem(stype)
if fIT = Nil then
AFAIR this was mentioned a couple of times as feature from High Sierra. I don’t remember the solution. Does this happen during debugging or in a built app?
Debugging - I have a long way to go before this routine is ready for execution.
Did you tried the example from the documentation ?
(of course, changing the FileType)
Did you put your code in a simple PushButton of a brand new project ?
Unfortunately, the bug isn’t fixed, yet. DO NOT do the workaround. Let the GetOpenFolderitem close and then do the debugging.
@Emile Schwarz : sigh…
This behavior was introduced by one of the internal graphics API changes I dont remember if it was with Sierra or High Sierra. If your code can be easily changed, simply jump to the return method via a Calllater call or similar and break there. The system needs some time to update the GUI which it did not in former macOS versions.
Ulrich, thanks for the suggestion but I am not at your level of programming. Could you give me some example code?
Heres an example project that works with a delegate and a separate class:
You need to have one method that takes a folderitem as input parameter and pass its delegate ((Weak)AddressOf) to the constructor together with the GetOpen Filter:
Dim gui As New GUISavvyGetOpenFolderitem("", WeakAddressOf ProcessItem)
Once the dialog is closed, the method in this case ProcessItem will be invoked.