I'm beginning to hate the movie meme that is going around.
I'm not good at it.
I think out of the 30 gazillion that I've seen, I've been able to name a
total of five, and all are ones that somebody else already had guessed.
You see, I don't really remember lines of dialogue from movies. Unless
it's something really, really memorable ("Luke, I am your father",
"That's no moon", etc.). The other part of it is that the way that I do
remember lines are through audio cues-- the voice inflection, the
delivery... None of which really carries over into print.
But really, I'm just not good at it.
Well, I suppose there had to be something that I wasn't good at.
"But why would you ever have a need to display negative numbers
on the screen?"
It's just unreal.
So here is the proposed solution from the creator of the UI:
1.) Detach and deallocate the UI object.
2.) Create a new UI object with a scale factor of -1.0 and attach it to
the UI resource object
3.) Send the negative number as a positive number.
My proposed solution:
1.) Fix your damn code.