I'm having a few issues creating an iOS app in Flash CC.
Essentially, Flash insists on creating an app.xml file that targets both iPhone and iPad, even when I select iPhone from the dropdown in the publish settings dialogue. If I then manually edit the file to say:
<key>UIDeviceFamily</key> <array> <string>1</string> </array>
it will rewrite it to:
<key>UIDeviceFamily</key> <array> <string>1</string> <string>2</string> </array>
When I then start the app on an iPod it shrinks the whole screen to iPad ratio on the iPhone screen, even moving the standard status bar:
I'm using Flash Pro CC with the Air3.9 SDK beta and running on a new iPod Touch running iOS 7.0.3
Any suggestions appreciated.
Did you compile using the command line?
I think it an issue with Flash. Even if I select 'iPhone' only or edit the app.xml file 'UIDeviceFamily' string, running 'publish' always changes the settings to 'iPhone and iPad' and rewrites the app.xml file.
It seems that Flash won't accept the settings shown in its own publish dialogue.