Ok cool, that makes sense, so I would need to define a sheet method that 
runs just before the sheet is going to close? Its a callback for the 
sheet effectivly then.

I have tried instansiating both NSSelector and NSSelectorFromString, but 
no luck. I have tried instansiating them in a number of ways:

NSSelectorFromString.alloc.init('connectionSheetDidEnd')
NSSelector('connectionSheetDidEnd').alloc.init

and so on...

It complains it does not like the NSSelectorFromString and thinks it is 
an uninitilized constant?

Cheers

Tim

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