On Sep 18, 2018, at 03:47:36, Gerriet M. Denkmann <email@example.com> wrote:
iOS 11, Xcode 10
I have a view with an UIScrollView, which is bound on all 4 sides to the save area.
This ScrollView contains:
The problem: if the TableView does *not* have a definite height, then Xcode complains: “The ScrollView needs y-position or height fixed”.
But the whole point of the TableView is that the number of rows can change at run time.
The effect I want is similar to Settings → Wi-Fi where unter “Choose a Network” there is a dynamically changing list of names.
And the whole page can be scrolled vertically.
That's simply a table view with static sections, and each section has a set number of rows. The Choose a Network section has variable number of rows, added programmatically. You don't need to add these things to a scroll view - the table view takes care of that.
Drummer, Mac geek