Pieter Pieter - 1 month ago 7
iOS Question

Dragging the map after dragging my MKAnnotationView does not move the MKAnnotationView with it

MKPinAnnotationView does not allow you to use a custom image as 'pin' and enable dragging at the same time, because the image will change back to the default pin as soon as you start dragging. Therefore I use an MKAnnotationView instead of an MKPinAnnotationView.

While using MKAnnotationView instead of MKPinAnnotationView does keep your custom image shown as your 'pin' it doesn't support the drag & drop animation that you get with the default pin.

Anyway, my issue is that after I drag my custom MKAnnotationView to a new point on the map and then move the map itself the MKAnnotationView does not move with the map anymore.

-(MKAnnotationView *)mapView:(MKMapView *)mapView viewForAnnotation:(id<MKAnnotation>)annotation {
static NSString *defaultID = @"myLocation";

if([self.annotation isKindOfClass:[PinAnnotation class]])
{
//Try to get an unused annotation, similar to uitableviewcells
MKAnnotationView *annotationView = [self.mapView dequeueReusableAnnotationViewWithIdentifier:defaultID];

//If one isn't available, create a new one
if(!annotationView)
{
annotationView = [[MKAnnotationView alloc] initWithAnnotation:self.annotation reuseIdentifier:defaultID];
annotationView.canShowCallout = YES;
annotationView.draggable = YES;
annotationView.enabled = YES;
}
UIImageView *imgView = [[UIImageView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(0.0, 0.0, 32, 32)];
imgView.image = self.passableTag.image;
annotationView.leftCalloutAccessoryView = imgView;
annotationView.image = [UIImage imageNamed:[Constants tagIconImageNameForTagType:self.passableTag.type]];
return annotationView;
}
return nil;
}

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Answer

I had the same problem and I solved it adding "setDragState" to my MKAnnotationView class.

This is an old solution but it worked to me (iOS7).