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Old Aug 4, 2012, 03:44 AM   #1
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Custom Segue

I'm trying to set up a custom segue, but I am getting a strange error message.

I have two scenes connected in storyboard with 'custom' connection. I have subclassed UIStoryboard segue and I have input the class name and segue identifier into storyboard.

The first scene is a tableview and it's delegate calls performseguewithidentifier.

UIStoryboardSegue Subclass
    __block UIViewController *sourceViewController = (UIViewController*) [self sourceViewController];
    __block UIViewController *destinationViewController = (UIViewController*) [self destinationViewController];
    [UIView transitionWithView:sourceViewController.navigationController.view
                        [sourceViewController.navigationController presentModalViewController:destinationViewController animated:NO];
                    completion:^(BOOL finished) {
                        NSLog(@"Transition Completed");
"Application tried to present modally an active controller"

What does this mean? And why hasn't it worked?

Xcode 4.5.2, SDK 6.0, OSX Mountain Lion, ARC
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