|Feb 5, 2013, 01:34 AM||#1|
How to dismiss popover view on button click in iPad
I have a ViewController1 which has one button named "show".
When I click on "show" it displays ViewController2 as popover.
ViewController2 has a button "Close".
What I want, when I click on "Close" button from ViewController2 it should be dismissed/disappear.
Note: When I click on any other place on the screen ViewController2 disappears, and this is ok.
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|Feb 5, 2013, 08:20 AM||#3|
You need to keep an instance variable of that popover controller in your main view controller. You should then set the main view controller as a delegate of your popover, and in your popover have the button push send a delegate method that tells the mainviewcontroller to use the method of the popover instance dismissPopoverAnimated:
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