> Second, you'll need to pass the *full* name of the selector, not just 
> the
> part before the first argument - i.e. 
> "didEndSheet:returnCode:contextInfo:".

So what your saying in effect is that although im writing in Ruby, 
because its a bridge I have to pass the whole ObjC method signiture?

so if my method was:

def connectionSheetDidEnd(returnCode, contextInfo)
  # code here...
end

I would then have to pass in 
'connectionSheetDidEnd:returnCode:contextInfo'? Is that how it works or 
am I such a newbie at this i've totally missed the point!? lol

Cheers

Tim

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