Instance Property

ignoringInteractionEvents

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

Declaration

@property(nonatomic, readonly, getter=isIgnoringInteractionEvents) BOOL ignoringInteractionEvents;

Discussion

The value of this property is

YES if the receiver is ignoring interaction events and if the nested beginIgnoringInteractionEvents and endIgnoringInteractionEvents calls are at least one level deep; otherwise, NO.

See Also

Controlling and Handling Events

- sendEvent:

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

- sendAction:to:from:forEvent:

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

- beginIgnoringInteractionEvents

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

Deprecated
- endIgnoringInteractionEvents

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

Deprecated
applicationSupportsShakeToEdit

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

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