On 06/04/2012 15:27, Brian S wrote: > > On Apr 6, 2012, at 12:14 AM, Bernie wrote: > >> If using NSColorPanel, one could set up a callback from the changeColor: delegate method. > > A quick look seems to indicate NSColorPanel works by sending a changeColor: message to the delegate( which could be the view you want to change color ). The view then responds to the message. If continuous mode ( see prior post ) has been set, I imagine NSColorPanel keeps sending messages to the delegate while the user is actively choosing a color thus enabling the view to stay current. This is all theory. Will try something this weekend if Bernie hasn’t already whipped up a solution. > > btw: I’ve put together a Cocoa replacement for the now "legacy" calls in Util_ComputerNames.incl ( i.e. fn CSCopyMachineName and fn CSCopyUserName ). If there is any interest I will post. There is always interest in replacement code, please post!