Instance Method

endIgnoringInteractionEvents()

Tells the receiver to resume the handling of touch-related events.

Declaration

func endIgnoringInteractionEvents()

Discussion

You typically call this method when, after calling the beginIgnoringInteractionEvents() method, the animation or transition concludes. Nested calls of this method should match nested calls of the beginIgnoringInteractionEvents() method.

See Also

Controlling and Handling Events

func sendEvent(UIEvent)

Dispatches an event to the appropriate responder objects in the app.

func sendAction(Selector, to: Any?, from: Any?, for: UIEvent?) -> Bool

Sends an action message identified by selector to a specified target.

func beginIgnoringInteractionEvents()

Tells the receiver to suspend the handling of touch-related events.

Deprecated
var isIgnoringInteractionEvents: Bool

A Boolean value that indicates whether the receiver is ignoring events initiated by touches on the screen.

Deprecated
var applicationSupportsShakeToEdit: Bool

A Boolean value that determines whether shaking the device displays the undo-redo user interface.