I want to pre-select a table row in a splitView master controller as the view loads, Just like Apple does with the General selection in the Settings App in an Ipad.
I found some places suggesting using
let indexPathForSelection:NSIndexPath = tableView.selectRowAtIndexPath(indexPath: self, animated: false, scrollPosition: UITableViewScrollPositionNone)
You have some mistakes in your code.
Your first mistake is, that you can't use the
selectRowAtIndexPath method the way you do it. First you have to set the
NSIndexPath. Like that:
var index = NSIndexPath(forRow: yourRow, inSection: yourSection)
Also you can't use
UITableViewScrollPositionNone in Swift like you could in Objective-c. You have to use:
But I would recommend you use
Middle in your case:
So to get the result you wanted, you should have to do something like this:
var index = NSIndexPath(forRow: yourRow, inSection: yourSection) tableView.selectRowAtIndexPath(index, animated: true, scrollPosition: UITableViewScrollPosition.Middle)