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iOS Build a Diary App Using Core Data Custom Detail View Controller Entry Detail View Controller

Mood buttons not changing the image

Really quick question ... where is the code that selects the appropriate image for each selected mood.

I've obviously made a mistake but am not sure where to look to check!

Steve.

3 Answers

Chris Jones
STAFF
Chris Jones
Treehouse Guest Teacher

See if this thread helps you. I ran into a similar issue and I think you'll find the answer there.

I have the following code but the image stays as "happy":

    if(entry.image){
        self.mainImageView.image = [UIImage imageWithData:entry.image];
    } else {
        self.mainImageView.image = [UIImage imageNamed:@"icn_noimage"];
    }

    if (entry.mood == BDCDiaryEntryMoodGood){
        self.moodImageView.image = [UIImage imageNamed:@"icn_happy"];
    }
    else if (entry.mood == BDCDiaryEntryMoodAverage) {
        self.moodImageView.image = [UIImage imageNamed:@"icn_average"];
    }
    else if(entry.mood == BDCDiaryEntryMoodBad) {
        self.moodImageView.image = [UIImage imageNamed:@"icn_bad"];
    }

Spot on! :)