Thread: Touche Events on UIScrollView
01-19-2012, 03:26 AM #1
Touche Events on UIScrollView
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- Jan 19, 2012
I am a student trying to make an iPad app (Book Application) in preparation before i graduate.
I used a UIScrollView for scrolling pages, same like the other magazine apps. In my book application i have different UIImageViews.
I coded first all the pages separately (different xcode projects per page), what i have each page are imageviews that can be drag and drop, and in some other page i have a draw-on-touch functionality, they are all working fin separately.
When i tried to combine all those pages into one book with the use of UIScrollView, the only thing that is happening is that it scrolls for page switching, but when i tried to disable the UserInteraction in the UIScrollView the touches are working.
is there a way that i could stop the scrolling during the implementation of each page? then enable it back after? is there any alternative for to do this?
i'm trying to figure this out for 2 weeks already.
I hope i could find help here! thanks in advance.
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