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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App (iOS7) Animating and Intercepting Events Intercepting Motion Events

There is no - (void) motionBegan:(UIEventSubtype)motion withEvent:(UIEvent *)event since the xcode 6 update.

Since I updated my xcode, the motionBegan, motionEnded & motionCancelled functions are not present or do not automattically pop up.

1 Answer

Hi Irwin,

I've just gone through the same video with xcode 6 and didn't have a problem.

I didn't upgrade from the previous version though, so not sure if that made a difference.

The only setting I could find that may have an impact was in Xcode > Preferences then Text Editing tab - there is a Code completion section, not sure if all your options there are checked?

Not sure I have any other ideas.

Hope you managed to get it sorted.


Hello Hamish

I just tried that, still no luck.

I'm thinking that this is a framework or lirbary that I didn't put into the code, though I thought it would be there by now. Thank you for taking the time to answer this! I'll update if I find anything.

Thanks Again