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Anthony Martinez13,111 Points
Challenge Task 1 of 2: Using the UITabBarItem's appearance proxy, set the text color for both selected and unselected..
Challenge Task 1 of 2
Using the UITabBarItem's appearance proxy, set the text color for both selected and unselected tabs. Hint: use the 'setTitleTextAttributes:forState' method with the NSDictionary provided and 'UIControlStateNormal' as as the state parameter.
I was stuck here for longer than I care to admit. Solving this challenge requires a bit of creative thinking. Here's a hint:
- You'll follow the steps in the video to utilize the 'appearance' message
- PROTIP: see the declared dictionary in the challenge? We can use that.. think "
dictionaryWithDictionary". If that doesn't solve the challenge for you, read on (PS: someone will correct me -
dictionaryWithDictionaryis a type of convenience constructor I think?)
Code to get you past step 1:
[[UITabBarItem appearance] setTitleTextAttributes:[NSDictionary dictionaryWithDictionary:titleTextAttributes] forState:UIControlStateNormal];