The fear is that this implementation is impossible to implement to copy/paste from the buffer. And other frameworks can do it, what am I wrong about I don’t understand.
Please if you have something to add to this problem. I built IPlugControls and it doesn’t copy/paste on the mac either. I am aware that I deliberately ask the author of FRAMEWORK about what DOES NOT WORK.
Please don’t SHOUT or be rude. I don’t want to have to ban anyone else.
It is not clear to me what you are trying to do. It seems like you are trying to test keys in “OnTextEntryCompletion()” and then call another control’s OnMouseDown() method. This is weird and doesn’t make sense to me - it’s not a good way to do it. That is a call where you handle a string that has been typed into the text entry, after the text has been committed (return pressed)
If you can describe very clearly the exact thing you are trying to implement, then we might be able to suggest a better way to do it.
In IPlugControls I can can copy and paste values between text entries and e.g. into IEditableTextControl.
I wanted to say that I do not know what to do already in this situation. And I’m not asking you to write code for me or be rude or yell at someone. I want to figure out how to do the following without any problems (because there are no examples anywhere and I’m writing code that stinks):
There are two fields in the plugin for authorization, this is the login and password, we enter the login and password (or by copying) we do it. On both versions of operating systems.
Your attitude is bothering. Anyway…
The IEditableTextControl should do what you want. Even copying and pasting through keystrokes. Copy/Paste is additionally implemented by a right click menu.
OnTextEntryCompletion is called after pressing ‘Enter’. So this should do exactly what you want. At least it does here…
Did you check in different DAWs? E.g. Reaper may prevent to pass keystrokes to the plug if not explicitly allowed to.
Logic is one of the DAWs which prevent copy/paste by key commands (at least AFAIK).
Since it’s mac only you won’t have any comparison to a windows machine. At least right click copy/paste is also available there.
Other DAWs (i checked Ableton, Reaper) are working fine and text or values can be copy/pasted in the plug.