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C H A P T E R 2 Human Interface Design Extending the Interface This section describes how to extend the Mac OS X user interface when your application requires an element or a behavior that doesn’t already exist. When a need arises that can’t be met by the standard elements, you can extend the set of controls using these guidelines, provided that the new element or behavior supports Apple’s interface design principles. This section contains information on how to determine when it’s appropriate to go beyond the guidelines, how to use the existing interface elements to build new elements, and what to avoid when you design additional interface elements.
Unicode is a cross-platform, international standard for character encoding. Text handling for Cocoa is entirely based on Unicode. For Carbon developers, there is a set of functions for manipulating Unicode text. For more information about Unicode support, see Internationalization Unicode Documentation. No matter what level of worldwide text support you provide, it’s important to keep in mind that: ■ Text isn’t always left-aligned and read from left to right. ■ Text isn’t always read by a person; it might be spoken through a screen reader.
33 C H A P T E R 2 Human Interface Design points between actions, warning of potentially undesirable consequences, and suggesting types of input and output. When it requires the user to provide specific information, however, Automator supports explicit actions with the display of checkboxes and editable text fields. Direct Manipulation Direct manipulation is an example of an implied action that allows users to feel that they are controlling the objects represented by the computer. According to this principle, an onscreen object should remain visible while a user performs an action on it, and the impact of the action should be immediately visible.