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iOS

My iPad or iPhone is size 600x600 xcode

So i start app, iphone i4 and i6 and the screen size , in mainstoryboard is allways 600 when i start . How can i make it so it goes all the time on iPhone or iPad size?

2 Answers

In your storyboard, click the view (start with the initial view) and tab the first button from the left (looks like a little page icon). Then scroll down and uncheck "Use Size Classes."

thank you , i hope it helped not sure .

it did thhank you :)

Glad to help out!

Disable Auto Layout's Class sizes

where and how do i do that? im new to xcode and im slowely getting used to it same as on frameworks .

i got still a problem, when i put it on the center , in symulator is not on center

You will need to use AutoLayout to correct those problems. Treehouse covers that in the Swift Weather App Course

i put it on center and in app symulator is like 10 px on left or more

im doing objective-c more intrested than in swift , swift later one

Can you show a screenshot? But you still should use AutoLayout to handle those issues.

Ok, understandable, but you still need to use AutoLayout. AutoLayout is not a programming language that you can only use in swift - it is a technique for centering and arranging items in a scoreboard or xib. See this video.

http://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-weather-app-with-swift/displaying-our-weather-data/lots-of-labels

Also, open a new thread to ask this question.

heres the image http://scr.hu/2icp/q9bxf

You need to use AutoLayout.

i do , i tried every combinations and sometimes works sometimes don't

Well, auto-lyout is rather tricky sometimes. It's very possible that you've made a few mistakes with your constraints. Also, you could always try cleaning your project (Command Shift K)

kk thank you. ill try it :)