Last active 11 months ago
I'm trying to create a menu that slides over a table cell. That means that I need a graphic control with a couple of buttons to slide in as a group. It would be nice to group them together. Then I can animate the whole group as one control.
I've found something 'annoying'.
When creating a animation it takes the centre of the control as the point of measurement. Can you please change it to the top left of the control? It makes creating animations a lot easier.
Thanx for the reply. I worked out now how to create the animation.
I've tried again in b4 to create an animation in a CustomView but it is still not possible.
Do you have an update on it?
Is there a way to add another font to the list of fonts in Creo?
Adding a font in the Fonts folder on my Mac doesn't work.
I would like to create a animation in a CustomView.
So every cell in my table should have a met sliding in from right to left (and back)
Currently (b2), when I try to create it in my CustomView the animation part is greyed out.
First let me start by stating that I'm not a programmer. I know a bit about code and SQL but most of the time I need examples that I can use as a reference.
I've found the way to use sqlite to fill a TableView with a CustomView. But I need some help in how to write data from within Creo. Also I want to connect the data to an image.
So I want a window with a form to fill in some data together with an image.
And another window with a TableView showing the list of records together with the (small) image.
How do I do that?
I've had the same problem. But when you rename the zip (the folder) to app.creoproject it opens with no problems in Creo
I'm wondering if it is possible not to use a database or other external source to store user data.
I believe it's called Core Data in Xcode.
And if it is possible, how does it work?