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Does .accentColor() work in SwiftUI 2?

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I'm following along with Paul's example and all was going well until I got to this.

It doesn't matter where, and on what Views I add the modifier, it has no effect at all.

Is it a bug or am I missing something? It seems a bit too fundamental and simple for a bug ...

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I am not sure which example you are following but you need to add to Color as treat as a color like .black

Color.accentColor
.background(Color.accentColor)
.foregroundColor(.accentColor)

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@NigelGee, I think @BlackTablet is referring to the .accentColor(_:) view modifier in SwiftUI, not the static var Color.accentColor. AFAIK, it should work in SwiftUI 2 but I can't check right now.

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Yes @roosterboy, I've tried the modifier on Text(), HStack() and VStack() to no effect. Other modifiers work as expected but this does nothing.

apologies for not being clearer.

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It was me being stupid I'm afraid.

With all the newness of SwiftUI and modifiers() everywhere I forgot that accent colour is only for the text of controls, not just any old text in my interface, which is what I was thinking!

Apologies.

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