Make sure all instances of “test” have been replace with “final” in the –app.xml file.
Yes, I've ensured that the app.xml descriptor template is all up to date with new naming and settings.
As a little test, I made a completely new AIR app and exported a release build -- this one registers the file/project/install names okay, so I'm wondering if the other one is having problems due to the fact that it was a duplicate copy of a different project (rather than a project started from scratch)
Also, neither that one nor my new AIR app from scratch seem to be capable of defining settings such as window size, location, etc.
I've tried a variety of the following settings -- none of them seem to do anything:
I have tried the installs in Windows XP and Windows 7. Do these specifications of window size/location/etc. have no effect in Windows?
I'm simply looking for a way to have my app open as a specific size when it is run... as it is, the app dimensions are the same as the screen resolution (on the netbooks I am testing on), but the problem is that the window is offset by about 50-100 pixels in and 50-100 down... so the window overflows the screen dimensions, requiring it to be moved and/or maximized. (this is annoying for anybody, but especially maddening because this application is designed to be used by 5 and 6 year old kids)