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|@@ -28,7 +28,15 @@ How do I use it in my project?|
|1 - Copy JLNFadingScrollView.m and JLNFadingScrollView.h into your project.|
|2 - In Interface Builder, set the class name of the desired NSScrollView to JLNFadingScrollView.|
|3 - Include JLNFadingScrollView.h into any file in which you want to communicate with the scroll view (to configure its fade color/height).|
|-4 - Call -setFadeColor: and/or -setFadeHeight: to configure to taste|
|+4 - Call -setFadeColor: and/or -setFadeHeight: to configure to taste.|
|+What else do I need to know?|
|+1 - This subclass does not get along with NSClipView's copy-on-scroll behavior and sets it to NO. If you turn it back on, you'll get drawing artifacts.|
|+2 - The top fade cannot be seen when table/outline column headers are enabled. It would look weird anyway...|
|+3 - The fades auto-adjust their size depending on the chosen border type. Overridden border drawing or newly added border types may not adjust correctly.|
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