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I actually misled you a bit. The bar buttons added in Storyboard are custom buttons and you wouldn't get the back bar button that you get for free from creating a navigation stack. You'd have to create your own back bar button indicator image and explicitly define a method that pops the current view off the nav stack and assign it to this custom button, but lets not do all of that. Just stick with the code I gave you earlier and put it in your "viewWillAppear" method.
- Set the tintColor of the nav bar to the color you want to use for the back bar button, then set the back bar button.
self.navigationController?.navigationBar.tintColor = UIColor.redColor() self.navigationItem.backBarButtonItem?.tintColor = UIColor.redColor()
If you are adding bar buttons in Storyboard, you have the luxury of setting the bar buttons each to whichever color you choose in the attributes inspector. Are you Storyboarding or building this app programmatically?
Stone Preston42,016 Points
What do you mean by navigation item exactly? The whole navigation bar text? the back button only?
if you want the color to be application wide you should put it in the app delegate under did finish launching with options using the UIAppearance proxy
UINavigationBar.appearance().tintColor = SomeColorHere UINavigationBar.appearance().titleTextAttributes = [NSForegroundColorAttributeName: SomeColorHere]