Instance Property tint Color
The first nondefault tint color value in the view’s hierarchy, ascending from and starting with the view itself.
iOS 7.0+ Mac Catalyst 13.0+ Beta tvOS 9.0+ Declaration @property(nonatomic, strong) * UIColor tintColor;
If the system cannot find a nondefault color in the hierarchy, this property’s value is a system-defined color instead.
If the view’s
property’s value is tint Adjustment Mode , then the UIView Tint Adjustment Mode Dimmed
property value is automatically dimmed.
To refresh subview rendering when this property changes, override the
method. tint Color Did Change
Colors that are pattern colors (as described in
) are not supported. UIColor
If you attempt to use a pattern color as a tint color, the system raises an exception.
See Also Configuring a View’s Visual Appearance hidden
A Boolean value that determines whether the view is hidden.
A Boolean value that determines whether the view is opaque.
tint Adjustment Mode
The first non-default tint adjustment mode value in the view’s hierarchy, ascending from and starting with the view itself.
clips To Bounds
A Boolean value that determines whether subviews are confined to the bounds of the view.
clears Context Before Drawing
A Boolean value that determines whether the view’s bounds should be automatically cleared before drawing.
An optional view whose alpha channel is used to mask a view’s content.
Returns the class used to create the layer for instances of this class.
The view’s Core Animation layer used for rendering.
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