Instance Property

doubleAction

The message sent to the table view’s target when the user double-clicks a cell or column header.

Declaration

@property SEL doubleAction;

Discussion

This property stores a selector that corresponds to a method of the following form:

-(void)myCustomMethod:(id)sender

When the user double-clicks a cell or column header, the table calls the specified method of its target object. The default value of this property is nil. If you do not specify a value for this property, the table view begins editing the cell.

The clickedRow and clickedColumn properties allow you to determine which row and column the double-click occurred in or if, rather than in a row, the double-click occurred in a column heading.

Note that if the table view uses Cocoa bindings and the Double Click Target binding is bound, both messages are invoked on their respective targets: First the Cocoa binding message is sent, then the setDoubleAction: message.

See Also

Target-action Behavior

clickedColumn

The index of the column the user clicked.

clickedRow

The index of the row the user clicked.