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Default Chapter 9 PList Child in Xcode 4?

Im going through the book using xcode 4, so far.. so good.

Although they changed the way that plists are made in the new xcode.

I cant figure out how to add child nodes to the plist in xcode 4, can anyone help me out?

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Hitting return creates a new item in the plist. You then change the item to a collection. (Dictionary or array). There will now be a disclosure triangle on the left. Open the disclosure triangle (it should be pointing down). Select the item (single click) and hit return. You know have a child in the collection.

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