Presently, SecurityInterface has a whopping one class:
Questions about the code should be left as issues at https://github.com/karelia/SecurityInterface or message me on Twitter.
Thanks to Sebastian for the example project.
None beyond AppKit. Probably works back to OS X v10.2 if you were so inclined
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KSPasswordField.mto your project. Ideally, make this repo a submodule, but hey, it's your codebase, do whatever you feel like.
NSSecureTextFieldand then set its custom class to be
KSPasswordField. You can also instantiate
KSPasswordFielddirectly like any other control
KSPasswordFieldhas the following methods:
@property(nonatomic) BOOL showsText;
I generally prefer to hook up a checkbox (
NSButton) straight to the