Instance Method

addTextContainer:

Appends the given text container to the series of text containers where the layout manager arranges text.

Declaration

- (void)addTextContainer:(NSTextContainer *)container;

Parameters

aTextContainer

The text container to append.

Discussion

Invalidates glyphs and layout as needed, but doesn’t perform glyph generation or layout.

See Also

Managing the Text Containers

textContainers

The current text containers of the layout manager.

- insertTextContainer:atIndex:

Inserts a text container at the specified index in the list of text containers.

- removeTextContainerAtIndex:

Removes the text container at the specified index and invalidates the layout as needed.

- setTextContainer:forGlyphRange:

Associates a text container with the specified range of glyphs.

- textContainerChangedGeometry:

Invalidates the layout information, and possibly glyphs, for the specified text container and all subsequent text container objects.

- textContainerChangedTextView:

Updates the information needed to manage text view objects associated with the specified text container.

- textContainerForGlyphAtIndex:effectiveRange:

Returns the text container that manages the layout for the specified glyph, causing layout to happen as needed.

- textContainerForGlyphAtIndex:effectiveRange:withoutAdditionalLayout:

Returns the text container that manages the layout for the specified glyph.

- usedRectForTextContainer:

Returns the bounding rectangle for the glyphs in the specified text container.