Instance Method


Marks the glyphs in the given glyph range as needing display, as well as the appropriate regions of the NSTextView objects that display those glyphs (using the NSView method setNeedsDisplayInRect:).


- (void)invalidateDisplayForGlyphRange:(NSRange)glyphRange;



The range of glyphs to invalidate.


You should rarely need to invoke this method.

See Also

Invalidating Glyphs and Layout

- invalidateDisplayForCharacterRange:

Invalidates display for the given character range.

- invalidateGlyphsForCharacterRange:changeInLength:actualCharacterRange:

Invalidates the cached glyphs for the characters in the given character range, adjusts the character indices of all the subsequent glyphs by the change in length, and invalidates the new character range.

- invalidateLayoutForCharacterRange:actualCharacterRange:

Invalidates the layout information for the glyphs mapped to the given range of characters.

- processEditingForTextStorage:edited:range:changeInLength:invalidatedRange:

Sent from the NSTextStorage method processEditing to notify the layout manager of an edit action.