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I've been going through the tutorials over at CocoaDev and have come across a little hurdle. Upon reaching step 12 on this page: http://cocoadevcentral.com/d/learn_cocoa_two/

...I have been unable to accomplish what it says should happen. As it shows, 1 Outlet and 1 Action should be showing in the Attributes panel of the inspector, on the AppController. Alas, after following the coding closely, this is not the case. I have 0 Outlets and 0 Actions.

I'm using Xcode 2.2.1.

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I looks like at step 10.2 you should have this in your AppController.h file;

@interface AppController : NSObject {
IBOutlet id textView;
}
- (IBAction) clearText: sender;
@end


At step 12 it says you need to drag & drop the AppController.h file in the MainMenu.nib file. You'll see a big blue wavy arrow. The reason for that is so that Interface builder knows about the outlets and actions.

I can't be of much help beyound that. It does look right though.
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