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UIAlertViews With TextFields

iOS UITextFields iOS 5.0 iPhone Xcode UIAlertView UIAlert iPad iPhone 4S TextFields

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i want to add UITextFields in my alert view,


I've used the UIAlertViewStyleLoginAndPasswordInput style, but i want to disable the hiding of the password characters as i type it in, because it is not going to be a login view, i just don't want to create the alertView from scratch.


is there a way i can just disable that thing that hides the text characters into those circles? by just calling a method?

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Easiest way and the way I normally do it is to just set it from within the Attributes Inspector panel from within a storyboard (or nib /.xib file if you're working pre iOS 4).
Just deselect the box that I highlighted in red and you're good to go.

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