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'''SBAppStatusBarManager''' is a singleton class that manages the status bar. You can access the singleton instance with the nonstandard method as follows:
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'''SBAppStatusBarManager''' is a singleton class (not available prior to iOS 7) that manages the status bar. You can access the singleton instance using the following method:
 
<source lang="objc">
 
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This class was not available prior to iOS 7
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== Modification ==
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The following nonstandard method can be used to hide the status bar.
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- (void)hideStatusBar;
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</source>
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The following nonstandard method can be used to show the status bar.
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- (void)showStatusBar;
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The following nonstandard method can be used to modify the opacity of the status bar.
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- (void)setStatusBarAlpha:(float)alpha;
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However, it should be noted that all changes made to the status bar are temporary, and are reverted to defaults when an app is opened.
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== References ==
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* Header: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/7052315
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Latest revision as of 00:28, 3 October 2014

SBAppStatusBarManager is a singleton class (not available prior to iOS 7) that manages the status bar. You can access the singleton instance using the following method:

+ (id)sharedInstance

Modification

The following nonstandard method can be used to hide the status bar.

- (void)hideStatusBar;

The following nonstandard method can be used to show the status bar.

- (void)showStatusBar;

The following nonstandard method can be used to modify the opacity of the status bar.

- (void)setStatusBarAlpha:(float)alpha;

However, it should be noted that all changes made to the status bar are temporary, and are reverted to defaults when an app is opened.

References