I have an issue where a white space is being created where I think my app thinks it needs a status bar.
UIViewController, embedded in that is a UITabBarController. The
UITabBarController then just displays
UIViewControllers como normal.
When the app first loads (iPad iOS 7), everything works as expected, only inside that
UIViewController (displayed by the
UITabBarController) is offset downwards by 20 pixels. The space for a
When I say offset, the
UIViewController doesn't fall off the bottom of the screen, it just gets shorter to add that 20 pixel space.
This started happening after I enabled the status bar in my
View controller-based status bar appearance =
The app only does this when it initially loads. After I change the tab to show a different
UIViewController, the space disappears.
Any ideas why this is happening and how I can stop this? Thanks.
preguntado el 12 de junio de 14 a las 11:06
I can't comment yet, but wasn't there a warning, when you tried to place a tabbarController inside of a navigationController? Last time I tried this, XCode threw some warnings regarding the order.