Steve Gibson

United States

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answered iPhone UIActionSheet called from UITabBar Button
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comment iPhone UIActionSheet called from UITabBar Button
That's exactly what I wan to do. The user(s) don't want a new view they are insisting on a actionsheet (they like the size and transparency). Just trying to figure out a way to do it. You original way wipes out part of the tableview and the actionsheet never is displayed.
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comment iPhone UIActionSheet called from UITabBar Button
It screws up the view under it.
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revised iPhone UIActionSheet called from UITabBar Button
fixed grammer
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asked iPhone UIActionSheet called from UITabBar Button
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comment Select row After UIPickerView is loaded
Thanks, I am retriveing the data in the viewDidLoad just like your mockup. I had to create a method to enumerate through the list to find the matches index then set the picker. I thought maybe I was missing a callback that could used after the picker was loaded and before returning to the event loop.
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asked Select row After UIPickerView is loaded
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answered TableView won't send setEditing message to cells
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revised Apple's Singleton example
added 34 characters in body
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answered Apple's Singleton example
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comment Apple's Singleton example
MyGizmoClass.h is imported in implementation file (and in it's header (just to see if that would stop the warning)).
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