Unfortunately, apps like BookMacster which interact heavily with other apps require quite a bit of configuration, and frequently encounter errors when these other players don't behave as expected. Rather than creating 100 xib files, we wanted to be able to generate dialogs in code. But often we needed to do more than just display some text, an icon and 3 buttons. Apple's NSAlert and related functions wouldn't cut it. So, over the past few years we've developed SSYAlert. It's NSAlert with whistles and bells, plus an improved +presentError:.
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