Extra top white space since IOS 8 using autolayout and scrollview
Since the new update to IOS8, i have an extra white space over my contentview in my scrollview.
My content view should be centered in my scrollview and it’s work fine on IOS7.
Here is the result :
Here is the storyboard version which doesn’t have white space :
I’m wondering what could cause this extra space, is there anything new in ios8 that will cause my content view to have extra space ?
Maybe i need to change how i layout my view ?
EDIT: My solution was to only uncheck adjust scroll bar inset in my views which had the problem.
However the solution below that i accepted works too.
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I had this exact same problem, and I came up with two possible solutions, both of which are awful and make me ashamed to be a programmer:
- Constrain the scrollable view’s top to the top of the scroll view, but with a constant of
-64, which is the height of the extra space. I don’t know why.
- Add an empty
UIImageViewas a sibling of the
UIScrollView, and constrain it to be flush with all four sides of the root view.
I’m hoping that it’s just an iOS 8 bug so that I can take out my hack and step down off the ledge.
I faced the same issue in iOS 8, following is solution I found:
– Select View Contoller (in storybord) in which you have added the scroll view
– In “Property Inspector” in “Layout” section un-check “Adjust Scroll View Insets”
Try this at your viewDidLoad for that scrollview:
self.automaticallyAdjustsScrollViewInsets = NO;
untick the Extend Edges: under top bars of the main view and make the top distance of the subview 0 instead of negative value. this works for me.
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