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IQKeyboardManager is a drop-in universal library which allows you to prevent issues of the keyboard sliding up and covering UITextField/UITextView without needing you to writing any code and much more Just drag and drop IQKeyBoardManager directory to your project. That's it. Key Features 1) ZERO LINE OF CODE 2) Works Automatically 3) No More UIScrollView 4) No More Subclasses 5) No More Manual Work 6) No More #imports Features:- 1) Support Device Orientation. 2) Enable/Disable Keyboard Manager when needed with enable boolean. 3) Easiest integration. 4) AutoHandle UIToolbar as a accessoryInputView of textField/textView with enableAutoToolbar boolean. 5) AutoHandle UIToolbar can be manged by superview's hierarchy or can be managed by tag property of textField/textView using toolbarManageBehaviour enum. 6) UIView Category for easily adding Next/Previous and Done button as Keyboard UIToolBar, even automatic with enableAutoToolbar boolean. 7) Enable/Disable Next/Previous buttons with Category methods, even automatic with enableAutoToolbar boolean. 8) Set keyboard distance from textFields using keyboardDistanceFromTextField. 9) Resign keyboard on touching outside using shouldResignOnTouchOutside. 10) Manage UITextView's frame when it's hight is too large to fit on screen with canAdjustTextView boolean. 11) Can manage UITextField/UITextView inside UITableView/UIScrollView. 12) Can play input sound on Next/Previous/Done click.
Collection of convenience methods for finding the paths and locations of text in UITextView. * Calculate the bounding path (or CGRect) of a character, word, sentence, line or paragraph at given point, index, or range. * Hit test a substring range. * Find the closest character index to a point * Find the nearest range for character,word,line,sentence or paragraph at given point. * Calculate the substring range bound by a given CGRect. ** and a few others... Currently used in Drag Pad and Fire Type.
UDBarTrackballItem is a button view for iOS which can position the text cursor (caret) and define the text selection of a text view in parallel to its touch drag movement. The user interaction pattern is similar to a Thinkpad TrackPoint. The intention was to create a text navigation component for text editor apps that makes the task of frequent text positioning and selection more convenient. The default way of positioning and selection requires a touch down delay to distinguish view scrolling and editing mode as well as the magnifying glass which distract the precise positioning more that it helps. The tradeoff is a decrease in view real-estate for the input accessory view bar (which is quite common in text editors nowadays).