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My app's (simplified) structure is this:

UITabBarController with one UINavigationController holding a UITableViewController as root view controller.

when tapping one of the table view controller cells, I push a regular UIViewController (lets call it VC) end hiding the bottom tab bar. (using the "Hide bottom bar when pushed" flag)

In storyboard I added a regular UIView subclass to VC that look like a bottom bar, and I use Auto Layout to pin it to the bottom of the VC view.

The problem
when I push VC it takes a second for this view to pin to the bottom, it looks like auto layout pin it to the bottom as if the tab bar is not hidden and after a sec it recognise that the tab bar is hidden and moves it to the real bottom of the view.

I know its not the best explanation, so I added a very simple project to demonstrate the issue.

Question author Eyal | Source

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The problem is with this specific constraint which is between the view and the top of the bottom layout guide.

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Select the constraint and edit its "Second Item" property

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Here you need to choose bottom

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Once you have that, the pink view is not influenced by layout guide anymore. The layout guide seem to acknowledge that the tab bar is hidden only after the root view of the pushed view controller is in the bounds of main screen and this happens only when the animation is finished.

And that is the reason the view hierarchy needs to be laid out again which causes the unwanted animation.

Answer author Earl-grey

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