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Hello, i have a problem with my app,

I want to connect my button to a received action called: pressedButton.

But i can't find it in my FirsViewController.xib's Files owner.. Only i the firstresponder.

But the back button in ProbeerViw.xib is ok i can link it to pressedButton.

Somebody knows what's wrong??

tx for your time
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