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Dmitri LaCour
Dmitri LaCour
10,384 Points

I have a standalone Update Frames button in Xcode 8.1. It might be helpful to add a note so people aren't confused.

I have 5 buttons at the bottom right rather than 4

6 Answers

Taylor Smith
Taylor Smith
iOS Development Techdegree Graduate 14,153 Points

3 months have past and there still isn't a teacher's note or a video marker explaining this... just a reminder so you don't forget!

Pasan Premaratne
Pasan Premaratne
Treehouse Teacher

Hey Taylor! Thanks for the reminder I did totally forget about this. It should show the notes/video marker in an hour or two once the video re-encodes

Ken Mueller
Ken Mueller
iOS Development Techdegree Student 8,160 Points

Actually, I do not even have that option, I had to do it in the side view. My Xcode version is 8.2.1.

Xavier Avery
Xavier Avery
8,059 Points

ya I had to do it on the side view also with 8.2.1 version

Teri Dent
Teri Dent
11,515 Points

I had the same issue as the popup menu did not list "update frames" as an option in Xcode 8.2.1. They moved the option to the right of the resolve auto layout issues button on the bottom right. It now looks like a frame with a 3/4 circle/arrow (there are five option at the bottom right of the storyboard window now; its the one on the left.)

Same here. Xcode 8.2.1, and it only shows four options.

Xavier D
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Xavier D
Courses Plus Student 5,840 Points

....hmm...I was wondering why I wasn't getting any dotted yellow outlines in IB for this course. I thought it was because I was doing things extra right, but it's actually Xcode doing things extra right with updating the frames for me. XD