The user interface view overlay for theSee more
PDFViewController. Contains the thumbnail and page/title label overlays.
@interface PSPDFUserInterfaceView : PSPDFRelayTouchesView <PSPDFThumbnailBarDelegate, PSPDFScrubberBarDelegate, PSPDFPageLabelViewDelegate, PSPDFOverridable>
If the cover option is set, this is showed until the play button is pressed.See more
@interface PSPDFMediaPlayerCoverView : UIView
class MediaPlayerCoverView : UIView
The view that displays a single PDF page.
You can add your own views, e.g. custom annotation overlays, on top of theSee more
annotationContainerView. Events from parent
UIScrollViewwill be relayed to all visible
A container view cannot draw content in itself.
It uses a
CATransformLayeras backing. This allows blend mode pass-through, and is more lightweight than a regular view.
UIStackViewuses the same trick for being a purely managing container.
@interface PSPDFContainerView : UIView
class PDFContainerView : UIView
The view that handles text and image selection on a page view.
The color of the selection blocks and handles is determined by
tintColor. In apps built with Mac Catalyst, the tint color is set to
.unemphasizedSelectedContentBackground, depending on whether the text selection view’s window is key or not.
Don’t manually initialize this class. The initializer is not exposed.See more
Button that can use a modern (blurred) or flat style.
You can use UIAppearance to customize the main properties.
[PSPDFStyleButton appearance].buttonStyle = PSPDFButtonStyleFlat; [PSPDFStyleButton appearance].backgroundColor = [UIColor colorWithWhite:0.1 alpha:0.8]; [PSPDFStyleButton appearance].tintColor = UIColor.whiteColor;
NoteThe background color can be customized by setting the standard
UIViewproperty. If you want to customize the background color, it is recommended that you use
PSPDFLabelStyleFlat, as using the blur effect with a non-translucent background color might produce unexpected results.
If you are customizing this view, you might also want to apply similar changes toSee more