Table view checkmark alternate options

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by jimsis, Jun 18, 2010.

  1. macrumors newbie

    Jun 18, 2010
    I'm looking for the best approach to this problem.

    In my tableview I have a list of options from which you can select one and only one. The problem is the selection to choose is not obvious without displaying more details on the option.

    If I use the disclosure indicator or button for the more detail, I lose the checkmark functionality.

    In searching around I see some have used the cell Image as a work around.
    I see others instead of using the standard disclosure button have created custom disclosure button looking like a checkmark. Haven't seen this one but is it viable (HIG) to add a button in the cell ('more info') to launch the next tableview.

    My thought was to use a disclosure indicator and on the second view in the navigation bar (where the edit button usually is) add a 'selectMe' button.

    I think I am probably manage to code either of the above, am just asking for information on what is the best (HIG) way.


    Option 1
    Option 2
    Option 3 (x)
    Option 4

    Where x is the checked one

    But in order to know which is the best choice you need to see

    Option 3 (Header)

    Option 3-a
    Option 3-b
    Option 3-c >
    Option 3-d

    Where even at this level option 3-c might have additional information.

    Any guidance you can provide would appreciated.

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