Setting an Image View’s Appearance
To set the image, use
To set the frame style, use
setImageFrameStyle: with one of these arguments:
NSImageFrameNoneshows an invisible frame
NSImageFramePhotoshows a thin black outline and a dropped shadow
NSImageFrameGrayBezelshows a gray, concave bezel that makes the image look sunken
NSImageFrameGrooveshows a thin groove that looks etched around the image
NSImageFrameButtonshows a convex bezel that makes the image stand out in relief, like a button
To choose how the image is scaled within its frame, use
setImageScaling: with one of these arguments:
NSScaleProportionally. If the image is too large, it shrinks to fit inside the frame. If the image is too small, it expands. The proportions of the image are preserved.
NSScaleToFit. The image shrinks or expands, and its proportions distort, until it exactly fits the frame.
NSScaleNone. The size and proportions of the image don’t change. If the frame is too small to display the whole image, the edges of the image are trimmed off.
To choose how the image is aligned within its frame, use
setImageAlignment: with one of these arguments:
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