This is a quick example of how to get a Transparent NSWindow using a subclassed NSWindow class and a subclassed NSView.
This is in response to a stackoverflow users request I post the source code. Which I have done here in context.
Also the use of a webview is related to the question but is not essential in any way apart from it's Alpha setting in this example.
Transparent Window with Controls and Labels overlaying it. If you click any where in the transparency the mouse will click the object behind the window. And the objects Application will become the active one.
Now allows you to add single quotes,double quotes or no quotes around each list item as it is placed in the final string. This is useful for example in placing single quotes around file paths in the list.
For months now I have not been able to see my stats or notifications using the WordPress iOS app on iPhone or iPad.
Why. Because after an update; every time I tried to use the 'stats' or 'notifications' buttons the app kept telling me "sorry we can't log you in. Please update your credentials and try again".
Googling and reading posts on the WordPress support site showed me many others had the same problem. But no concrete answers were forthcoming...
Sure I could see my site and login to the Admin and click the jetpack button there. Which would show me the stats etc. But doing that just takes me to Mobile Safari. And on an iPhone it is not such nice an experience or interface. Everything is tiny. Pinch zoom, pinch zoom..
Today I finally solved it for me at least and want to share how..