How do I force Flash Pro to use AIR 2.7 for an iOS-project?
When choosing Publish settings you can only choose AIR for iOS without any version numbers. But when you choose only AIR there is a version number. According to an informative video http://tv.adobe.com/watch/flash-platform-in-action/adobe-air-27-faster-app-performance-on- ios/ it seems like 2.7 could be the solution to my problems. Obviously the 2.7 version is for iOS too and not for "AIR only".
I have installed 2.7 but in the xml-file that follows with the ipa-file that has been created it says AIR 2.6. But when I try to download 2.7 (again) I get the information that I already have AIR installed... I guess "he/she" means 2.7 because I can see it in a dll-file (according to instructions on a web page on www.adobe.com (can't find it right now)).
So why am I not getting the ipa-file created with AIR 2.7? What can I do to make it happen?
Thanks a lot, this is helpful.
My interpretation of this document is that the version of AIR used comes from what version of Flash Pro you are using. Correct? And you are not supposed to upgrade AIR without upgrading Flash Pro according to Adobe?
You don't have to"interpret" the document; just follow its instructions -- if you want to install the AIR 2.7 SDK into Flash CS5.5. CS5.5 comes with AIR 2.6 and that's what you don't want for good iOS development.