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      Latest reply on Sep 22, 2019 6:38 PM by OOPer
      uncletr Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        In Xcode 10, there was a button for the Object Library located left of the "inspector" buttons.   After the upgrade to Xcode 11 occurred, this button no logner exists.   Where did it go?

        • Re: Xcode 11 Object LIbrary button missing
          jpalaka Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

          Hey uncletr, You should be able to access the object library two ways: 1. Click the view tab located on the top in the toolbar, then click libraries. 2. Command-shift-L. This should pop up the object library. You can also do command-shift-M to pop up the audio/music library. Let me know if you need additional help!

            • Re: Xcode 11 Object LIbrary button missing
              uncletr Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

              Thanks for the response..  I eventually did find the "View/Show LIbrary" option so no worries :>)

               

              I guess it seems odd to me to require developers to perform more steps than before.  In Xcode 9 I believe the object library was docked at the bottom-right of the screen so the developer can simply start working with the object library (ie: no clicks required to access).   In Xcode 10, the object library could be activated by clicking a button located to the left of the "inspector" buttons (ie: 1 click).  Now, in XCode 11, the developer must press "View/Show LIbrary" (two clicks) or "Command-Shift-L" (ie: 3 clicks) to open the object library.  It is now more work to open the object library, which seems odd to me since the object library is used often during the design phase.   Just my 2 cents though.

               

              Anyway, thanks again for the reply.