Constants for tickMarkPosition NSTickMarkPositionLeft, NSTickMarkPositionRight, NSTickMarkPositionBelow, NSTickMarkPositionAbove are deprecated in Swift3.
The only replacement available are .above, .below.
Seems one has to use below to say left. Is that the case ?
If true, does anyone know the reason for not defining .left and .right ? This regression makes code is less readable (and documentation is not updated so far)
If true, does anyone know the reason for not defining .left and .right ?
The new cases are
.trailing, which in line with other changes to support right-to-left languages.
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Thanks a lot. But documentation is definetely lagging behind development !