Adding the Toolbar
Finally, to eliminate the Navigation controller in the Detail view and set it up so that you always see the button to display the Master view in a popover (Road Trip in this case), you’ll need to add the toolbar to the
TestDriveController in the storyboard and create an outlet to the toolbar. The outlet is needed to be able to add and remove the Road Trip button (and other buttons you’ll add along the way, in Chapter 16 for example).
1. In the Project navigator, select MainStoryboard_iPad and in the View selector display the Utility area.
2. Select the segue from the Master View controller (it is really from the Table View cell but you can’t see that) to the Test Drive controller in the Canvas to display it in the Attributes inspector.
Optionally, you could select Push Segue from Table View Cell to TestDrive in the Master View Controller – Master Scene in the Document Outline.
If the Attributes inspector isn’t visible, select its icon in the Inspector selector.
3. In the Attributes inspector, choose Replace from the Style drop-down menu, choose Detail Split from the Destination drop-down menu, and enter TestDrive in the Identifier field, as I have in Figure 13-11.
You’ll notice that doing so resizes the view so it can display in the Detail view. That means Test Drive will no longer be displayed in the Master view. If you really want Test Drive to still display ...