StringValue is null because your script actually returns a complex structure and not a string. You can see this by checking the NumberOfItems property on you NSAppleEventDescriptor. You'll hav… (View Post)
Well, in this case, I think there might be an issue with your script. Showing it to us might be helpful in helping you.
Just to make sure, I tried this:
NSAppleScript appleScript = new NSAppleS… (View Post)
I think this is more of a Cocoa question, than a Xamarin.Mac specific one.
Nonetheless, are you using an NSAppleScript object?
If so, the ExecuteAndReturnError return an NSAppleEventDesc… (View Post)
Alternatively, you could set a custom class to the Delegate of the NSOutlineView an override the "outlineViewSelectionDidChange:" selector ("void SelectionDidChange (NSNotification notificati… (View Post)
Are you using the NSSplitView control? You do not mention it.
If it's the case, you can add a new sub view like you would do for any other NSView:
Where… (View Post)