Instance Property

canCancelContentTouches

A Boolean value that controls whether touches in the content view always lead to tracking.

Declaration

var canCancelContentTouches: Bool { get set }

Discussion

If the value of this property is true and a view in the content has begun tracking a finger touching it, and if the user drags the finger enough to initiate a scroll, the view receives a touchesCancelled(_:with:) message and the scroll view handles the touch as a scroll. If the value of this property is false, the scroll view does not scroll regardless of finger movement once the content view starts tracking.

See Also

Managing Touches

func touchesShouldBegin(Set<UITouch>, with: UIEvent?, in: UIView)

Overridden by subclasses to customize the default behavior when a finger touches down in displayed content.

func touchesShouldCancel(in: UIView)

Returns whether to cancel touches related to the content subview and start dragging.

var delaysContentTouches: Bool

A Boolean value that determines whether the scroll view delays the handling of touch-down gestures.

var directionalPressGestureRecognizer: UIGestureRecognizer

The underlying gesture recognizer for directional button presses.