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The new UI's API is almost entirely additive, so migrating will in many cases be a case of changing only the class name of the instantiated view controller. If you have implemented delegate methods or accessed a select few APIs, some other code changes will need to be made, as explained below.
Required change: If you have implemented delegate methods, must update the protocol you implement and the method signatures:
PTDocumentController, both in method name and parameter type, eg:
- (void)documentViewControllerDidOpenDocument:(PTDocumentViewController *)documentViewController;
- (void)documentControllerDidOpenDocument:(PTDocumentController *)documentController;
As of version 8.0.2, the
PTTabbedDocumentViewController will by default create tabs which host instances of
PTDocumentController rather than legacy
PTDocumentViewController objects. No changes to accomplish this are needed on your part.
(To revert to the old legacy UI, set the
viewControllerClass property of the tabbed document view controller to
PTTabbedDocumentViewController's property types (e.g.
selectedViewController) and method signatures (e.g.
documentViewControllerAtIndex:) have changed to reference the
PTDocumentBaseViewController abstract base class, from which both the
PTDocumentController and legacy
The type of the
documentViewController parameter of the
tabbedDocumentViewController:willAddDocumentViewController: delegate method has changed from
PTDocumentViewController to the abstract base class
PTTabbedDocumentViewControllerDelegateprotocol. In Swift if the parameter type in your implementation does not match the type declared in the protocol then your implementation of the method will not be called.
The table below lists APIs that have changed.
Most properties operate as before. These are the ones that have been removed, and how to accomplish the same thing with a
|Removed ||How to achieve the same functionality with a |
|One-touch access to freehand annotations is now found in the toolbar. It (and any other tool's button) can be hidden as described in the customize guide .|
|The visibility of the toolbar is now controlled via the toolbar switcher. The switcher can be hidden as described in the customize guide .|
|A freehand button no longer exists by default in the the navigation items, but one can be added described in the customize guide .|
|The toolbar's visibility is now controlled by a |
|This property is now part of |
|This property is now part of |
|The customize guide shows how to programmatically customize the new annotation toolbar. The old annotation toolbar class, |
|The customize guide shows how to hide and show the new annotation toolbar.|
PTAnnotationToolbar is no longer used, as the new classes are far more versatile and customizable. The old class is available for direct integration if your app requires it.
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