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I'd like to know if there is a way to send back the result in the NSArray displayed in the NSTable View using the notification's object. id=36453, the NSText Field and the item into the NSArray are two different objects created by Cocoa, even if they seem be the same object from Applescript's point of view.
These allow us to output to the text fields from anywhere in My NSControl, i.e.