An optional layer delegate method for handling resolution changes.


protocol NSViewLayerContentScaleDelegate


Use this protocol to manage scale and contents for a layer hosted in a view. When a window changes its backing resolution, AppKit attempts to automatically update the contentsScale and contents of all CALayer objects in the window to match the new resolution. Layers backed by a view are updated automatically. Any layer whose contents property is set to an NSImage object is also updated automatically. Based on the NSImage object’s available representations, AppKit selects an appropriate bitmapped representation, or rasterizes a resolution-independent representation at the appropriate scale factor.

For all other layers, AppKit checks whether the layer has a delegate that implements this protocol. If so, AppKit asks the layer's delegate whether it should automatically update the contentsScale for that layer to match the new scale factor of the window.


Responding to Resolution Changes

func layer(CALayer, shouldInheritContentsScale: CGFloat, from: NSWindow) -> Bool

Notifies you when a resolution changes occurs for the window that hosts the layer.


Inherits From

See Also

Managing the View’s Layer

var wantsLayer: Bool

A Boolean value indicating whether the view uses a layer as its backing store.

var wantsUpdateLayer: Bool

A Boolean value indicating which drawing path the view takes when updating its contents.

var layer: CALayer?

The Core Animation layer that the view uses as its backing store.

func makeBackingLayer() -> CALayer

Creates the view’s backing layer.

var layerContentsPlacement: NSView.LayerContentsPlacement

The current layer contents placement policy.

var layerContentsRedrawPolicy: NSView.LayerContentsRedrawPolicy

The contents redraw policy for the view’s layer.

var canDrawSubviewsIntoLayer: Bool

A Boolean value indicating whether the view incorporates content from its subviews into its own layer.

var layerUsesCoreImageFilters: Bool

A Boolean value indicating whether the view’s layer uses Core Image filters and needs in-process rendering.