Class

NSProgressIndicator

An interface that provides visual feedback to the user about the status of an ongoing task.

Overview

Progress indicators can be determinate or indeterminate. A determinate indicator displays the completion percentage of a task. An indeterminate indicator shows that the app is busy without providing a visual indication of how long the task will take.

Topics

Animating the progress indicator

func startAnimation(Any?)

Starts the animation of an indeterminate progress indicator.

func stopAnimation(Any?)

Stops the animation of an indeterminate progress indicator.

var usesThreadedAnimation: Bool

A Boolean that indicates whether the progress indicator implements animation in a separate thread.

Advancing the progress bar

func increment(by: Double)

Advances the progress bar of a determinate progress indicator by the specified amount.

var doubleValue: Double

The value that indicates the current extent of the progress indicator.

var minValue: Double

The minimum value for the progress indicator.

var maxValue: Double

The maximum value for the progress indicator.

Setting the appearance

var controlSize: NSControl.ControlSize

The size of the progress indicator.

var controlTint: NSControlTint

The progress indicator’s control tint.

var isBezeled: Bool

A Boolean that indicates whether the progress indicator’s frame has a three-dimensional bezel.

var isIndeterminate: Bool

A Boolean that indicates whether the progress indicator is indeterminate.

var style: NSProgressIndicator.Style

The style of the progress indicator (bar or spinning).

func sizeToFit()

This action method resizes the progress indicator to an appropriate size depending on the value of style.

var isDisplayedWhenStopped: Bool

A Boolean that indicates whether the progress indicator hides itself when it isn’t animating.

Constants

enum NSProgressIndicator.Style

Specify the progress indicator’s style used by style.

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