All your views (UIView objects) live inside a window (a UIWindow object). Normally you don’t need to worry about this, but if you set the tintColor on the window, then all views will automatically use that same tintColor.
If the appearance doesn’t change for you, then make sure the method that you added this line to actually gets called. You can do this by adding a print() statement just above or below the
window!.tintColor = line, or by setting a breakpoint.
That seems like
i thought about that too but is it okey to eliminate this code and is it didnt give any effect on app?