问题描述:

I load view from bundle and try to set custom font for label in it, but nothing changes.

Outlets for this view and labels are in file's owner.

Here's my code:

 self.rikView = (RIKMainToolbar*)[[[NSBundle mainBundle] loadNibNamed:@"RIKMainToolbarPort" owner:self options:nil] objectAtIndex:0];

label.font = [UIFont fontWithName:@"PFDinTextCondPro-Medium.ttf" size:46];

What am I doing wrong?

UPD: I use this font in iPhone app, but there it's using for label in ViewController and sets in viewDidLoad function. And it works. So, I consider that problem is in loadWithNibName or in iPad.

Solved, thanks to @voromax. The problem was that labels' outlets belonged to file's owner. I've replace it with class and everything works)

网友答案:

I'm not sure I follow your code exactly, but assuming you're making the label.font assignment in initWithFrame of RIKMainToolbarPort, try moving it to the awakeFromNib method.

网友答案:

Open the FontBook application, and select "view font info". Copy the post-script-name of your desired font, and use that in your Obj-C code

网友答案:

You are not using the correct font name. You seem to be using the font file's name, NOT the font name. For example, in my current app I have the file Opal_1.ttf. However, I use "Opal" as the font name.

[edit]Meh, check the example here: http://stackoverflow.com/a/1384206/855738 Again, I repeat, your font name is wrong. That's your problem... Why the down vote? :/

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