andrea

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  1. last week
    Tue May 7 13:55:47 2019
    andrea posted in Navigation Items.

    Hi @Luiz D'Aniello

    1. You can programmatically change the position of the image of a BarButtonItem by customizing its imageInsets property (new in Creo 2.0.7)

    2. The back button shows the NavBackItem of the previous Window, so if you add a NavBackItem to a Window it is presented when you push another Window and your window is the second object in the navigation stack.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Thu Apr 25 15:35:46 2019
    andrea posted in Background Color.

    This issue will be fixed in the next release, thank you for reporting.

  3. Wed Apr 24 05:15:23 2019
    andrea posted in CI Gradient Filters.

    This issue will be fixed in the next release, thank you for reporting.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Thu Apr 18 20:36:46 2019
    andrea posted in Background Color.

    Hi @Luiz D'Aniello, I tried to get the same issue with a simple project with some Shape but I'm unable to reproduce it. For example, I don't see any issue caused by switching the selection from a shape object to the other in the attached project.
    Can you please help us to reproduce the problem?

  5. 5 weeks ago
    Wed Apr 10 22:05:07 2019
    andrea posted in Padding inside textfield.

    @Luiz D'Aniello ,
    all these bugs will be fixed with the next release, thank you for reporting them.

  6. Mon Apr 8 23:12:11 2019
    andrea posted in Rounded Button with image.

    @Luiz D'Aniello,
    this is the default behavior of iOS buttons, you can get rounded corners for background image by setting the clipsToBounds property of the button to true. In the current release, this property can be configured only programmatically, but we will add the possibility to configure it in the IDE.

  7. 7 weeks ago
    Wed Mar 27 17:41:52 2019
    andrea posted in Load a new URL in WebView.

    @cjp160, in our tests it seems works correctly, could you please send us a sample project to replicate the issue.
    A possible reason could be the timing of the invocation of the set url and open methods.

  8. Tue Mar 26 00:47:43 2019
    andrea posted in Load a new URL in WebView.

    Hi @cjp160 ,
    you don't need to reload the WebView, it should be enough to set the url property of the WebView to start the loading of the new URL.
    I don't understand if the second time you press a button the second URL is not loaded at all or the second URL is loaded but you initially see the old URL?

  9. 8 weeks ago
    Fri Mar 22 04:24:32 2019
    andrea posted in Padding inside textfield.

    Hi @Luiz D'Aniello
    it seems to be a bug in the Creo Simulator, a TextField with a border style None doesn't have padding on iOS, so it should appear in Creo for Mac without padding as you see on the iOS device (CreoPlayer/IPA). The simulator will be fixed as soon as possible.
    If you want to use a custom background/border for your text fields without losing the padding, I can suggest three different solutions:

    • add an empty LeftView subnode to your TextFields (press the + button near the TextField item in the Layout) and set its width to match the desired padding
    • draw the custom background of the TextField in an ImageView below the TextField instead of using the background of the border property of the TextField
    • use the Rounded Rect border style but draw the custom border of the TextView by configuring the Border Width, Border Color and Corner radius property of the TextView instead of using a background image.
  10. Thu Mar 21 22:26:36 2019
    andrea posted in Button ControlState.

    @Luiz D'Aniello
    did you see the issue on the Creo simulator on the Mac or when running the App in a real iOS device?
    where did you write the self.selected=true; code?

    We saw two different situations:

    • there is a bug in how the Creo simulator is showing the image for the state selected (the image is shown as is, instead of the way the real iOS use it as described in the following point)
    • the image for the state selected is used in a peculiar way on the latest iOSes, in particular for buttons with System style it is used as a mask to "cut" the content of the button and show the content below it, but this effect is only visible if the button has a background color or a background image. If you set the button style to Custom the images (and also the titles) for any state are rendered in the original form, not as a tinted mask.

    We are working to fix the visualization of the selected state on the Creo Simulator.
    Meanwhile, you can see the right behavior by running your App in the CreoPlayer; if the button is not working as expected on the CreoPlayer it means that the configuration should be fixed.

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