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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open or create iOS Storyboard application.
2. Open storyboard file.
3. Drag Navigation bar to View Controller.
4. Select navigation Bar and open properties.
5. Select any Style like Black Opaque, Black Translucent
Actual Result: When user select any Style like Black Opaque, Black Translucent in Navigation Bar properties, Style and Tint under Navigation bar title gets hide. While this is working fine using Xcode Interface.
Expected Result: Navigation bar title should not be hide when user select any Style like Black Opaque, Black Translucent in Navigation Bar properties.
X.S 4.1.8(build 8)
REGRESSION: This is working fine with X.S 4.1.1(build 49)
The layout constraints in the property panel have gotten screwed up. This could be fallout from the bug we've been tracking for the last while. Probably not worth investigating for the beta
Fixed in 1b8013e04668792b34b8eb05597da9e97ca3f389. Thanks!
I have validated this issue with the following builds
XS 5.0(build 697)
Now by selecting any Style like Black Opaque, Black Translucent in Navigation Bar properties, Navigation bar title doesn't gets hide.
Hence verifying this issue.