Type Property

baselineOffset

Declaration

static let baselineOffset: NSAttributedString.Key

Discussion

The value of this attribute is an NSNumber object containing a floating point value indicating the character’s offset from the baseline, in points. The default value is 0.

See Also

Keys

static let accessibilityAutocorrected: NSAttributedString.Key

Autocorrected text (NSNumber as a Boolean value).

static let accessibilityMarkedMisspelled: NSAttributedString.Key

Misspelled text that is visibly marked as misspelled (NSNumber as a Boolean value). If you’re implementing a custom text-editing app, use NSAccessibilityMarkedMisspelledTextAttribute to ensure that VoiceOver properly identifies misspelled text to users.

static let accessibilityMisspelled: NSAttributedString.Key

Misspelled text that isn’t necessarily visibly marked as misspelled (NSNumber as a Boolean value). Beginning in OS X v10.9, VoiceOver no longer checks for this attribute; instead, VoiceOver uses accessibilityMarkedMisspelled.

static let accessibilityShadow: NSAttributedString.Key

Text shadow (NSNumber as a Boolean value).

static let accessibilityStrikethrough: NSAttributedString.Key

Text strikethrough (NSNumber as a Boolean value).

static let accessibilitySuperscript: NSAttributedString.Key

Text superscript style (NSNumber). Values > 0 are superscript; values < 0 are subscript.

static let characterShapeAttributeName: NSAttributedString.Key

An integer value. The value is interpreted as Apple Type Services kCharacterShapeType selector + 1.

Deprecated
static let cursor: NSAttributedString.Key

The value of this attribute is an NSCursor object. The default value is the cursor returned by the iBeam method

static let glyphInfo: NSAttributedString.Key

The name of an NSGlyphInfo object.

static let superscript: NSAttributedString.Key

The value of this attribute is an NSNumber object containing an integer. The default value is 0.

static let toolTip: NSAttributedString.Key

The value of this attribute is an NSString object containing the tooltip text. The default value is nil, indicating no tooltip is available.

static let usesScreenFontsDocumentAttribute: NSAttributedString.Key

The value of this attribute is an NSNumber object containing a Boolean; this attribute corresponds to the usesScreenFonts method of NSLayoutManager; if absent, follows the system default setting

Deprecated