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    iOS UI looks?

    Hi, im just wondering as i cant see any screenshots or anything related to how certain "controls" look using the IOS exporter?

    Such things as the list control, does it show it as a iOS list, with rounded or square corners, bubble text ETC? and what about toolbars and navbars, checkbox's..do they look like iOS checkboxes or windows style checkboxes?

    Thanks
    Andy

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    Hi Gibbon and all clickers! Yes you can show someone's iOS UI elements on your iOS application! But not for all this is you can do! You can show list as picker view and table view, table view you can set as simple list and with checkmarks, with arrow navigator or arrow button! I don't know, how show this list with rounded edges, for this I not have test, but you can uncheck "allways fill screen width" and look this on iOS Simulator or real device! Navigation bar and tool bar not available for Clickteam Fusion 2,5 at now, but you can simulate this using Active System Box Object or Active Object. Dialog Box available now as extension written by angelgames and input dialog available too, others dialog windows not ready at now, but you can simulate this using Sub Application Object or simple Active Object with String Objects! Bubble you can create as Navigation bar too!

    P. S.
    Quote Originally Posted by Anders View Post
    The good old "Question and Answer" object uses the native iOS dialogs to show it's buttons in it. You can use that if you wish
    If you want text/number input you can use the 'Input object' - it also uses the native iOS dialogs but supports text, number and username/password types of input dialogs.
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