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Chapter 7. Changing Interface Elements > Adding Objects from Another NIB File

7.9. Adding Objects from Another NIB File

Sometimes the features you want to access when you're customizing an application appear in a NIB file for a different interface. In those cases, there are a few tricks you can use to bring the functionality from that other NIB file into your current interface. In the following example, you'll grab objects from the Terminal application's InspectorX NIB file. The objects in the InspectorX file allow you to customize many Terminal interface features and link them to controls in the drawer you created in the previous section.

Non-English-speaking readers: Use InspectorXEnglish instead of InspectorX in this example.



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