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iOS Build a Photo Browser iPhone App Collection Views Implementing a Custom UICollectionViewCell With an Image

Implementing Custom UICollectionViewCell: Extra Credit

Sam Soffes Just wanted to point out that the working for what you want in the extra credit is a bit misleading:

"Set the status bar color to white using preferredStatusBarStyle."

The way it's worded leads me to believe that you want the actual color of the status bar changed and not the actual content/text. Could you guys modify this so that it specifies that you want the text/content changed and not the actual status bar color (so as not to confuse anybody else)? Thanks!

2 Answers

Er... I meant the wording, not working.

Amit Bijlani
Amit Bijlani
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Thanks for pointing that out Stephen. I just re-worded it.