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NSTableView editing doesn’t work on second NSTableView

I have a NSTableView with rows that I create programatically. Each NSTableView has a context menu that allows to delete the row. If I open this context menu in the first NSTableView, it works fine. If I open it in the second NSTableView, it just doesn’t work.
Any clue how to solve this problem?
This is my action code, I think it’s not enough, right?
– (void)tableViewSelectionDidChange:(NSNotification *)notification
NSInteger oldSelectedRow = [self.tableView selectedRow];

[self.parentController.childsTableView beginUpdates];

[self.tableView setSelectionIndex:oldSelectedRow];

[self.parentController.childsTableView endUpdates];


Here’s an image that shows what I’m talking about:


You don’t need the begin/end updates, just update the display property to reflect what is in the row.
You also don’t need a notification for selection changes. You can update the row’s display property directly by setting it to nil. The controller will then update the table view as part of the regular refresh.
In your selectionDidChange: method, simply set the row’s display property to the new index:
– (void)tableViewSelectionDidChange:(NSNotification *)notification
NSInteger oldSelectedRow = [self.tableView selectedRow];
[self.tableView setSelectionIndex:oldSelectedRow];

NSIndexSet *indexSet = [NSIndexSet indexSetWithIndex:oldSe


is there a setting i can mess with in to make this stop? thank you so much


Does this actually happen after the first time the program has been started, or every time you start your computer? I would definitely give it a try without closing, and see if it continues.

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