I have generated an
MFMessageComposeViewController to send a preconfigured SMS message, and I now want to draw the user's attention to the send button. The user has already initiated the "send message" process from within the app, but they must then press the send button within the
MFMessageComposeViewController to actually send the message. The send button in the standard
MFMessageComposeViewController is "hidden away" in the bottom corner of the message body where some, not so tech-savvy users, struggle to find it (a fact not opinion, as I have had test users ask what to do next)!
Apple does not allow this message compose interface to be modified, except for certain exceptions. I have looked into the
UIAppearance protocol, which provides limited options to modify aspects of the
MFMessageComposeViewController, but the options do not apply to the send button.
I have looked into the documentation, and there are options to highlight or focus on interface objects using the accessibility options, but I can not find a way of linking this to the send button within the
MFMessageComposeViewController where I have limited access to the UI components.
How do I highlight the send button within the
MFMessageComposeViewController, or access the button so that I can draw the user's attention to it?