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I have quite complex problem with UIScrollView which is different from all problems resolved here. Anyway I think what can help me if someone explains me this:
I made up a subclass of UIScrollView and overrode all touch based methods (touchesBegan, touchesMoved...) I filled it only with NSLog, with no [super ...] calling. What I don't understand is that this subclass of UIScrollView still works. I mean it still scrolls. How is this possible. Is there any other place or technique how can object recieve touch events? Or is there another view below actual scroll view (which is still part of UIScrollView) which overrides the hitTest?
I need to track all the scroll view touch events and don't interact with normal scrolling behavior of scroll view. Is there a way to do this?
I'm really not in mood of creating my own scroll view from beginning :)