Difference between revisions of "UITexturedButton"

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[[UITexturedButton]] is a subclass of [[UIButton]] which is a button with textured look. Since UITexturedButton is a UIButton, it can be used like a normal UIButton.  
 
[[UITexturedButton]] is a subclass of [[UIButton]] which is a button with textured look. Since UITexturedButton is a UIButton, it can be used like a normal UIButton.  
  
The UITexturedButton has a <tt>buttonType</tt> of 110, although <tt>[UIButton buttonWithType:110]</tt> will not produce a textured button.
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The UITexturedButton has a <tt>buttonType</tt> of 110.
  
 
Example code:
 
Example code:

Latest revision as of 09:38, 6 February 2010

UITexturedButton, in the normal and highlighted states.

UITexturedButton is a subclass of UIButton which is a button with textured look. Since UITexturedButton is a UIButton, it can be used like a normal UIButton.

The UITexturedButton has a buttonType of 110.

Example code:

UITexturedButton* textureButton = [[UITexturedButton alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(20, 20, 150, 50)];
[textureButton setTitle:@"Textured Button" forState:UIControlStateNormal];	
[myView addSubview:textureButton];
[textureButton release];

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