The situation is an iPhone app that now needs to be responsive on iPad (only in portrait mode). I don’t want to affect the constraints at all on iPhone. I understand the idea of size classes, so all iPhones will be compact width/regular height, whereas all iPads will be regular width/regular height, which will allow a nice separation. I will be using the storyboard interface builder.
My question: I’m wondering if there’s a quicker way than going through all the constraints one by one and changing the class in the constraints sidebar to be make them only affect cW-rH. This is something I’ve done multiple times now on different views so I’m really hoping there’s a way to streamline this process. It’s also a process that’s very prone to errors, and when I accidently remove a constraint, I have to restart because I can’t figure out which one was the one I shouldn’t have removed.