23 July 2009 by Published in: Code, iphone 1 comment

If you’re trying to talk to an MFMailComposeViewController and are setting the delegate property (you know, like every other class in the iPhone SDK), you’re doing it wrong. You need to set mailComposeDelegate.

Oh, and just to confuse you, delegate is left in, so as not to cause any warnings or compile errors. It just silently fails.


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  1. Mon 07th Sep 2009 at 9:41 am

    Hi, Drew,

    Have you noticed, running Activity Monitor, that the memory used by MFMailComposeViewController is not released? Might you know how to get it released?

    Thanks for any insight.
    /Steve

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