|Nov 1, 2009, 03:08 PM||#1|
tappable text like in Mail.app
i was trying out to do something like making a particular Word in a label to dynamically highlight and become tappable.
Like once you type the email address in Mail.app. It is then covered in lightblue and upon tap, open up contacts.
If a UILabel has text @"Oh man, these apples are yellow";
At runtime, i want the "apples" to become kinda highlighted.. and become tappable.. kinda like how we have our html tags but having nothing to do with the internet.
Maybe if i find a way to detect apples and then make it tappable with highlighted text etc. using tags like @"Oh man, these $apples$ are yellow";
Things within $ will be selected and shown..
Im confused how to go about it though..
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