I have in my tiapp.xml file <icon>appicon.png</icon> in my iphone folder under resources i have appicon.png 57 x 57, appicon-72.png 72x72, email@example.com 114x114 and appicon-144.png 144x144.
When i try and distribute everything seems fine until i try and validate. I am validating using organizer through xcode.
When i try and validate i get two errors. 1. Icon not specified in infolist.plist not found in top level wrapper: default_app_logo.png even though i have default_app_logo.png in the root directory of the build folder. 2. appicon-72.png : icon dimension (72x72) doesn't meet the size requirements. The icon file must be 57x57 pixels, in .png format.
I am so frustrated i cannot even tell you! ios 6 sdk 2.1.3 xcode 4.5.1 iphone
Hi ilan - if you look at the info.plist in Xcode under Icon files you'll see what it is expecting to see. If yours are not listed you can add them. I've named mine Icon-72.png etc. rather than appicon.png and added them manually to Xcode - but I don't think the name matters as long as the are in your project and tie-up with what's in your info.plist
Here is a list of standard icon names and sizes: http://developer.appcelerator.com/question/116776/complete-list-of-standard-artwork
When I look at the info.list file under appname > build > iPhone > info.list I see two entries. Icon file type string value default_app_logo.png and there is icon files item 0 apricot.ping item 1 firstname.lastname@example.org item 2 apricot-72.png
I have all these files correctly placed in the resource folder too.
Still get validation errors...
Yes was a typo.... in your build folder do you have default_app_logo.png? Other than the different value names is the reset the same.... can you confirm that the code project is held in the build folder of the titanium projetc
It's late but I will get up and give it a go...
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