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Apple Pencil 3D Touch
#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>
#import <objc/runtime.h>
// Hook with ObjC runtime functions
%config(generator=internal)
// New methods created below
@interface UIGestureRecognizer ()
+ (void)hs_beginForcingAllNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput;
+ (void)hs_endForcingAllNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput;
@end
@interface UITouch ()
- (BOOL)hs_shouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand;
- (void)hs_setShouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand:(BOOL)newShouldScale;
@end
%hook UIDevice
/*
Needed so that -[UITraitCollection forceTouchCapability] returns true.
While this isn't needed for the actual 3D Touch interactions, most apps won't register for previewing unless this returns true.
*/
- (BOOL)_supportsForceTouch {
return YES;
}
%end
%hook UIPreviewInteractionController
/*
By default, the 3D Touch gesture recognizers will only respond to direct touches.
Override the gesture recognizers creation point to force them all to also accept pencil input (see UIGestureRecognizer hooks below)
*/
- (void)initGestureRecognizers {
[UIGestureRecognizer hs_beginForcingAllNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput];
%orig;
[UIGestureRecognizer hs_endForcingAllNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput];
}
%end
%hook UIGestureRecognizer
static BOOL _shouldForceNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput;
%new
+ (void)hs_beginForcingAllNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput {
_shouldForceNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput = YES;
}
- (void)setAllowedTouchTypes:(NSArray<NSNumber *> *)allowedTouchTypes {
if (_shouldForceNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput && ![allowedTouchTypes containsObject:@(UITouchTypeStylus)]) {
allowedTouchTypes = [allowedTouchTypes arrayByAddingObject:@(UITouchTypeStylus)];
}
%orig(allowedTouchTypes);
}
%new
+ (void)hs_endForcingAllNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput {
_shouldForceNewGestureRecognizersToAllowPencilInput = NO;
}
/*
See UITouch hooks below for definition and explanation of hs_shouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand.
*/
- (void)_updateForceClassifierWithEvent:(UIEvent *)event {
for (UITouch *touch in [event touchesForGestureRecognizer:self]) {
[touch hs_setShouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand:YES];
}
%orig;
}
%end
%hook UITouch
static char *ShouldScaleKey = "ShouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand";
%new
- (BOOL)hs_shouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand {
return [objc_getAssociatedObject(self, ShouldScaleKey) boolValue];
}
%new
- (void)hs_setShouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand:(BOOL)newShouldScale {
objc_setAssociatedObject(self, ShouldScaleKey, @(newShouldScale), OBJC_ASSOCIATION_COPY_NONATOMIC);
}
/*
Force values from Apple Pencil are on a slightly different scale to those from a regular touch on a 3D Touch display.
By scaling up the pressure values a bit, you won't have to press as hard with the pencil to trigger 3D Touch.
*/
- (CGFloat)_pressure {
CGFloat pressure = %orig;
if (self.type == UITouchTypeStylus && self.hs_shouldScaleForceValuesFromPencilLandTo3DTouchLand) {
pressure *= 2.25;
}
return pressure;
}
%end
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@NatuMyers NatuMyers commented Nov 27, 2015

I bet you'll get a job at Apple now :)

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@AkshayHastekar AkshayHastekar commented Dec 29, 2015

I am new in iOS development,would anyone please let me know about // Hook with ObjC runtime functions
%config(generator=internal) .Thanks

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@alessaba alessaba commented Nov 21, 2016

@AkshayHastekar i believe this is theos code

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gistfile1. tx

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