djibouti33 djibouti33 - 3 months ago 59
iOS Question

Content pushed down in a UIPageViewController with UINavigationController

UPDATE 2

I've been running and testing my app in the iOS Simulator using a 4-inch device. If I run using a 3.5-inch device the label doesn't jump. In my .xib, under Simulated Metrics, I have it set as Retina 4-inch Full Screen. Any idea why I'm only seeing this problem on a 4-inch device?

UPDATE 1

In IB, if I choose "Navigation Bar" in Simulated Metrics, my label still jumps. The only way I can get my label to render correctly on the first screen is to not set a navigation controller as my window's root view controller.

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My window's rootViewController is being set to a UINavigationController whose rootViewController has a UIPageViewController embedded.

When my app loads, the initial view is presented with it's content pushed down a bit, roughly the same size as a navigation bar. When I scroll the pageViewController, the content jumps up to where it was placed in the nib, and all other viewControllers loaded by the pageViewController are fine.

uipageviewcontroller with navigationcontroller

In my appDelegate:

self.window.rootViewController = [[UINavigationController alloc] initWithRootViewController:[ContainerViewController new]];


In ContainerViewController:

- (void)viewDidLoad {

[super viewDidLoad];

self.pvc = [[UIPageViewController alloc] initWithTransitionStyle:UIPageViewControllerTransitionStyleScroll
navigationOrientation:UIPageViewControllerNavigationOrientationHorizontal
options:nil];
self.pvc.dataSource = self;
self.pvc.delegate = self;
DetailViewController *detail = [DetailViewController new];
[self.pvc setViewControllers:@[detail]
direction:UIPageViewControllerNavigationDirectionForward
animated:false
completion:nil];

[self addChildViewController:self.pvc];
[self.view addSubview:self.pvc.view];
[self.pvc didMoveToParentViewController:self];
}

Answer

So I'm adding another answer after further development and I finally think I figured out what's going on. Seems as though in iOS7, UIPageViewController has its own UIScrollView. Because of this, you have to set automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets to false. Here's my viewDidLoad now:

- (void)viewDidLoad
{
    [super viewDidLoad];

    self.automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets = false;

    DetailViewController *detail = [[DetailViewController alloc] init];
    [self setViewControllers:@[detail]
                   direction:UIPageViewControllerNavigationDirectionForward
                    animated:false
                  completion:nil];
}

No need to put anything in viewWillLayoutSubviews (as one of my previous answers suggested).