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[Cocoa] Where can I find the NSScrollView in Interface Builder?

I would like to be able to scroll a large image. I was also hoping to scroll
a group of controls. There a few places that mention dropping an image, or a
bunch of controls, into an NSScrollView in Interface Builder. But I can not
find it. Is NSScrollView something that must be instantiated in code, or
have I just overlooked it in Interface Builder?

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One Response to “[Cocoa] Where can I find the NSScrollView in Interface Builder?”

  1. admin says:

    Michael Szuchy <vastud…@removethiscomcast.net> wrote:
    > I would like to be able to scroll a large image. I was also hoping to scroll
    > a group of controls. There a few places that mention dropping an image, or a
    > bunch of controls, into an NSScrollView in Interface Builder. But I can not
    > find it. Is NSScrollView something that must be instantiated in code, or
    > have I just overlooked it in Interface Builder?

    Select them, then Layout->Make subviews of->Scroll View.