Question: Swift/ObjC: IBOutlets shown as `not bound` from Interface Builder

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Swift/ObjC: IBOutlets shown as `not bound` from Interface Builder

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Added at 2017-01-05 15:01
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Ever since Xcode 6, when you bind objects from a Storyboard/xib file to a variable in your class, they often show not bound in the class.
So, finding the corresponding Storyboard/xib file then is more slow, as you have to manually go, and open the corresponding file (assuming you know exactly where that view controller lives among all Storyboard/xib file in your code).

There's seems to be no workaround out there.

Has anyone found the same issue? And along with this, has anyone found a workaround?

Unbound IBOutlets

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Swift/ObjC: IBOutlets shown as `not bound` from Interface Builder

nr: #1 dodano: 2017-01-06 02:01

There are many disappointing bugs in Xcode, and this one of them. After you navigate to Storyboard containing these outlets, Xcode eventually find these bindings and will show them appropriately.

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