An interface object that displays a visual separator within a group.
- iOS 8.2+
- watchOS 2.0+
WKInterface to manipulate a separator at runtime, such as changing its color. You can also use the inherited methods to show or hide it and configure other attributes.
Do not subclass or create instances of this class yourself. Instead, define outlets in your interface controller class and connect them to the corresponding objects in your storyboard file. For example, to refer to a separator object in your interface, define a property with the following syntax in your interface controller class:
During the initialization of your interface controller, WatchKit creates any needed separator objects and assigns them to their connected outlets. At that point, you can use those objects to make changes to the onscreen text.
Additional Information About Separators in watchOS 1
In watchOS 1, WatchKit coalesces the data from all setter method calls made during the same run loop iteration and transmits that data to the user’s Apple Watch at the end of the run loop. If you set an attribute to different values in the same run loop iteration, only the last value is transmitted. If you set an attribute to the same value in the same run loop iteration, WatchKit generates a log message so that you can track down the duplicate change.
Interface Builder Configuration Options
Xcode lets you configure information about your separator interface object in your storyboard file. Table 1 lists the attributes you can configure and their meaning.
The default color of the separator. You can also set this value programmatically using the