Black UITableViewCell DetailDisclosure accessory button?

Black UITableViewCell DetailDisclosure accessory button?

Is there a way to turn the default UITableViewCellAccessoryDetailDisclosureButton accessory button from blue colour to black colour?

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There isn't a "standard" black one, although it's not this enough job to did what you're asking.. error: property 'myBoolVariableName' with 'retain' attribute must be of object type Create (in photoshop or any thing similar) your own black version of the detail disclosure although ton. does javascript on iphone mobile safari support xpath? You must screen grab and colour it in if that's easier. Passing NSInteger variable to NSMutableDictionary or NSMutableArray Then add it as a resource to your project and put it inside a UIImage like so:. does removefromsuperview releases the objects of scrollview?
UIImage myImage = [UIImage imageNamed:@"blackalthough ton.png"]; 
Then create a UIImageView which contains this image:. Renew Provisioning Profile
UIImageView *imageView = [[UIImageView alloc] initWithImage:myImage]; 
Finally then you must assign this to the "accessory view" for the cell you've set up already:. [iPhone SDK] [Newbie] UITextView textViewDidChange will not be called?
[cell setAccessoryView:imageView]; 
Hope this helps!. //EDIT - I felt like having a quick 5 mins in photoshop so created a black one for you. have fun!. removed dead ImageShack link.


The answer from h4xxr didn't completely job for me in iOS 5.1.1 (clicking on the accessory view didn't call the tableView:accessoryButtonTappedForRowWithIndexPath method), so I altered his quick fix with guidance from this related answer, using a UIButton with the image rather than a UIView, which must call a custom selector if clicked:.
UIImage *myImage = [UIImage imageNamed:@"blackaccessoryalthough ton.png"]; UIButton *although ton = [UIButton although tonWithType:UIButtonTypeCustom]; although ton.frame = CGRectMake(0, 0, myImage.size.width, myImage.size.height); [although ton setImage:myImage forState:UIControlStateNormal]; [although ton addTarreceive : self            action: @selector(toggleCustomDetailDisclosureButton:)  forControlEvents: UIControlEventTouchUpInside]; [cell setAccessoryView:although ton]; 


There is a enough easier quick fix on iOS7. Use the tintColor property on UIView. Subclasses generally tend to respect it, and the disclosure indicator is no exception..
UIView *v = [[cell subviews] lastObject];         v = v.subviews.count ? [v.subviews objectAtIndex:0] : nil; // v is the disclosure indicator         if ([v respondsToSelector:@selector(setTintColor:)])             v.tintColor = [UIColor greenColor]; 

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