I'll see what I can find. Can you confirm that when you say "build a release for Amazon" that you're picking Amazon from the list of target stores on the build dialog?
Also, I'm using Corona version 2970.
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Coming back to this as it seems the right place to post it and can't find the info anywhere else...
Is there a way to ensure my splash screen (which is on a white background) displays on both iPad and iPhone without a load of black either down each side or along the top / bottom?
If I make the size right for iPad it displays incorrectly on iPhone and vice versa.
The documentation just says "experiment", which I did, but can't find a way of getting different images to work for both.
Just seeing this thread - since when are Apple launch screens not required? This says they are.
For iOS the flow goes: UILaunchImage -> Corona Splash Screen -> Your first screen.
For Android it goes: Corona Splash Screen -> Your first screen.
Apple still requires either static launch images (Defaultemail@example.com to get out of iPhone 4 mode, Default-667h@2x and Defaultfirstname.lastname@example.org) to get out of iPhone 5 compatibility mode with the new phones. Or you can use a Storyboard based launch screen.
You have to have one of those to pass Apples automated tests. See: https://docs.coronalabs.com/guide/distribution/launchFile/index.html
If you're using 3037 or later, we recommend using the Storyboard system. That's the daily build where we dropped iOS 6 and 7 support. If you're using older versions and you want to support the older OS's, you should continue to use the Static method since Storyboards were introduced in iOS 8
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