I'm trying to create a custom loading view for my TTTableViewController subclass. I'm trying to create a view with a background image and a TTActivityLabel with the TTActivityLabelStyleWhite style. In the viewDidLoad method of my TTTableViewController I'm creating the view programmatically and assigning it to self.loadingView. This has absolutely no effect. This results in an empty view, which then is removed once my data loads. Am I missing something obvious to set the loadingView?
Check out the showLoading method of TTTableViewController. You can overwrite this method in your subclass and change what you want. While this is the only way to do it if you want to change the TTActivityLable style, if you already have a custom TTTableViewDataSource and only wanted to change the text you could overwrite the titleForLoading method in you datasource.
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