I have a
UITextView with text in it, and I want to be able to scroll it such that a given
NSRange of the text is at the top of the view. Using
scrollRangeToVisible: does not work: it will scroll the range such that it is somewhere in the view, not necessarily where I want it to be. How can I scroll such that this specific
NSRange of text in the
UITextView is exactly at the top?
Thanks for any suggestions.
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