|Jul 2, 2007, 02:37 PM||#1|
My Own Icon For My App
Hello to all,
Using Icon Composer I converted a jpg image to an icon. Then, in Xcode, I edited Info.plist and added the icon name correctly into the correct location. This is all correct, because if I goto Project -> Edit Active Target "MyProgram" and then click the Properties button, my icon shows up!
However, when I switch the Build & Run style from "Debug" to "Release", the app that gets created still has the default Apple icon.
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|Jul 3, 2007, 02:22 AM||#3|
Ensure that your icon is actually being copied into the Resources otherwise it won't work. There is a "Copy Bundle Resources" build phase under the Target. You need the icon in there.
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|Jul 3, 2007, 12:19 PM||#4|
You may need to do a clean. I think it's under the build menu. This will cause a new application bundle to be created from scratch, which should hopefully include your new icon.
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