Learn how to create a text field that accommodates long text.
- [Instructor] We've got our button working and it populates…all of the basic attributes and we just added character…name but there are a few other things in the character…class that it does that we haven't supported…in our interface yet.…One of those things that I would like to add is the feature…where after you roll the character it recommends…what classes you should consider for that character.…So for this let's add another text field, I'll click…the Library button and I'll drag in a text field.…
I've got to put it down here and I'm going to size it…so that it is large enough to hold several lines of text.…And I'll go ahead and move all of these up a little ways,…really just to give this a lot more room.…With that in place I'll Control click and drag.…And I'll drop right above End like I usually do…and this is going to be an outlet, we're going to call…this txtRecommendation.…
I'll click Connect and now that's all set, let's do Command…S to save our work and let's switch back to Visual Studio.…Inside of View Controller at the bottom where we have…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
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