On 19 Sep 2018, at 20:35, Steve Mills via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Sep 19, 2018, at 05:14:11, Gerriet M. Denkmann <email@example.com> wrote:
Perhaps you just need to provide a custom transition animation. See this guide:
I have an UITableViewController and the UITableViewCells have a Detail Accessory with an accessory action = Navigation Controller Show Detail
The UITableViewController does prepareForSegue.
The Storyboard Segue is of Kind Show Detail (e.g. Replace) and it Animates.
But: the Detail View slides in from *below* (expect: from right); sliding the Detail View from left to right does *not* get back to the UITableViewController and on top there is no “< Master” button which does the same.
The Xcode template Master-Detail App does it without custom transition animation.
It uses: Master : UITableViewController → UINavigationController → Detail : UIViewController
Detail slides in from right, and the user can remove the topmost view controller using the back button in the navigation bar or using a left-edge swipe gesture.
The only way I got it to work:
Master : UITableViewController → Detail : UIViewController
Storyboard Segue Kind = Show (e.g. Push)
Transition Style and Presentation of Master seems to have no effect.