…ithin a modal view, because it could not find the correct controller to navigate in. Modal views appear to be presented from the TTRootViewController, while _rootViewController does not point to the TTRootViewController. This solution checks for a modalViewController on TTRootViewController and uses that controller as root to find the topViewController. This means that when a modal view controller is visible, it will use that controller to navigate in.
….2 one needs to initialize the backgroundView before setting the backgroundColor. See also: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2688007/uitableview-backgroundcolor-always-gray-on-ipad
…ate a default one.
If you attempted to display more than one modal view controller in a popover before this change, nothing would happen.
…he CGRect for the split view controller.
…e as the one that was just dismissed. Before this commit, popup view controllers wouldn't appear if another popup view controller was just dismissed. After this commit, popup view controllers will appear even if another popup view controller was just dismisssed, unless they share the same navigator URL path.
The iPad may want to display the alert view as a popover, so we need to implement the show methods for that particular action path.
These additions were causing issues with our support for iOS 3.0 and co. that didn't have any iPad functionality. Since we're moving a way from using UISplitViewControllers entirely, we will leave the implementation of these additions up to individual apps.
…on is routed to the correct navigator.
…TNavigatorRootContainer so that the container may implement custom presentation logic.
…he split view controller.
…ened from anything but a view. Not implemented yet.
…t can pass along the action information to the selected item.
…tainer delegate and clean up some method names.
The web view controller now has a redesigned bottom toolbar that includes the URL location and the standard back/forward/action buttons.