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New depreciated keys in build 2016.2989?
Started by jacques1 Nov 08 2016 06:53 PM

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Best Answer Rob Miracle , 09 November 2016 - 09:02 AM

Corona reads fonts out of your project. We don't need to tell iOS about the fonts any longer. We have not needed that plist key since around January if I remember correctly. 

 

CFBungleIconFile was an iOS 4/5 construct. 

 

Rob

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Just tried to run an app in the simulator using 2016.2989 and I got these warnings:

 

WARNING: unrecognized key: settings.iphone.plist.googlePlayGamesAppId (string)

WARNING: deprecated key: settings.iphone.plist.CFBundleIconFile (string)

WARNING: deprecated key: settings.iphone.plist.UIAppFonts[] (string)
 
Is this a major issue as still appears I can build just fine. I can understand if corona no longer requires the:
 
CFBundleIconFile = "Icon.png"
 
but if below is no longer valid:
 
UIAppFonts = { "myfont.ttf"}
 
Then how do we put in which fonts our app requires?
 
Cheers.


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  Best Answer

Corona reads fonts out of your project. We don't need to tell iOS about the fonts any longer. We have not needed that plist key since around January if I remember correctly. 

 

CFBungleIconFile was an iOS 4/5 construct. 

 

Rob



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Great thanks for the clarification, can't always keep up with all the new changes.




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