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How do I make an if statement always look for change in a variable?

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I was playing around with having multiple views and wanted to make a picker in a different view change the look of another view. if I change the variable from 1 to 2 it does change the gradient. However using the picker does not change the gradient.

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+1 for asking a great question in the Forums.

-1 for not copy/ pasting code into your message. If we want to test your code, you expect us to retype the whole thing?

To answer your question, you need to move beyond @State and learn about Bindings.

Here's a great video from @twostraws: Building Custom Component with Bindings

Code Example:

// Please use the code block to add code examples.
let plea = "Please use the code block to list code examples."

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