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Great looking menu bars are practically a necessity in iPad apps. Almost all the best looking apps have their own custom design. I Found this great tutorial on how to create your own custom UIScrollView menu bar from the creator of the beautiful Digital Post iPad app.
In this article he goes through creating and using a PNG as the menu background, adding the topics for the tappable buttons, and making those topics selectable. It is a pretty easy process, but there are a few good takeaways in this tutorial especially about how to format your background, and making the buttons the right size.
You can find the tutorial here: Building The Custom UIScrollView Menu From Digital Post
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