Thanks for writing.
You could use the `settings` property exposed by TKDataSource. It accepts an object of type `TKDataSourceSettings` which in return exposes the `collectionView` property. This property accepts an instance of type `TKDataSourceCollectionViewSettings`. The `TKDataSourceAutoCompleteSettings` class has two methods:
The settings that can be customized when using TKDataSource with UICollectionView.
TKDataSourceCollectionViewSettings : NSObject
Defines a block function that is called when creating a new cell in UICollectionView. TKCollectionViewCell is used by default.
@param cellIdForItem The block function that will be called when creating a new cell.
Defines a block function that is called when initializing the cell properties.
@param initCellWithItem The block function that will be called when initializing a new cell.
You can inherit from this class, override the methods and use them to style your cells. You will need to assign your custom implementation to the `collectionView` property of the TKDataSourceSettings object assigned to the TKDataSource instance you are using TKAutoCompleteTextView with.
I hope this helps.
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