Bringing use to my cocoa icons is DKActionButton, an easy to use class that allows you to create ‘action buttons’ as found in many cocoa apps today. DKActionButton is used in App Stop, along with another unreleased application (hence the DK prefix). Heres what it looks like in action:
Cocoa Action Buttons made easy with DKActionButton
DKActionButton is pretty easy to use and simply takes a couple minutes worth of work in interface builder and a couple lines of code. You can download DKActionButton along with a sample application here. DKActionButton licensed under the BSD, so you can use it in commercial/shareware apps.

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  • Just wanted to thank you for this. I’m using your gfx and code derived from yours (in Python) in my Find It! Keep It! app.

  • This is awesome! I included the ObjC class in my Ruby-Project and imported the DKActionButton class with ns_overrides. And guess what? It works like a charm!

    Thank you so much!

    Yours, Heiko

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