Returns the scale factor applied to the window.
- macOS 10.4–10.7Deprecated
The scale factor applied to the window.
Clients can multiply view coordinates by the returned scale factor to get a set of new coordinates that are scaled to the resolution of the target screen. For example, if the scale factor is 1.25 and the view frame size is 80 x 80, the actual size of the view frame is 100 x 100 pixels on the target screen.
Returns the window’s graphics state object.
Indicates whether the window has a depth limit that allows it to store color values.
Flushes the window’s offscreen buffer to the screen if the window is buffered and flushing is enabled.
Flushes the window’s offscreen buffer to the screen if flushing is enabled and if the last
flushWindow message had no effect because flushing was disabled.
This method does nothing; it is here for backward compatibility.
Stores the window’s raster image from a given rectangle expressed in the window’s base coordinate system.
Splices the window’s cached image rectangles, if any, back into its raster image (and buffer if it has one), undoing the effect of any drawing performed within those areas since they were established using
Specifies whether the window is to optimize focusing and drawing when displaying its views.
Converts a given point from the window’s base coordinate system to the screen coordinate system.
Converts a given point from the screen coordinate system to the window’s base coordinate system.