Instance Method

setDecrementImage(_:for:)

Sets the image to use for the decrement glyph of the control.

Declaration

func setDecrementImage(_ image: UIImage?, for state: UIControl.State)

Parameters

image

The image to use for the decrement glyph.

state

The control state in which you want to display the image.

Discussion

The image you specify is used as a template image to create the final control. If you do not specify a custom image, a minus (-) glyph is used.

See Also

Customizing Appearance

func backgroundImage(for: UIControl.State) -> UIImage?

Returns the background image associated with the specified control state.

func setBackgroundImage(UIImage?, for: UIControl.State)

Sets the background image for the control when it is in the specified state.

func decrementImage(for: UIControl.State) -> UIImage?

Returns the image used for the decrement glyph of the control.

func dividerImage(forLeftSegmentState: UIControl.State, rightSegmentState: UIControl.State) -> UIImage?

Returns the divider image for the given combination of left and right states.

func setDividerImage(UIImage?, forLeftSegmentState: UIControl.State, rightSegmentState: UIControl.State)

Sets the image to use for the given combination of left and right states.

func incrementImage(for: UIControl.State) -> UIImage?

Returns the image used for the increment glyph of the control.

func setIncrementImage(UIImage?, for: UIControl.State)

Sets the image to use for the increment glyph of the control