12-01-2012 05:40 AM
I have had an app denied for the following reason:
"The application tested fine on the PlayBook, however on the DevAlpha we are not able to see the letters and numbers at the top of the screen and the back button is not functional either. Please resolve these issues on the Devalpha and submit a new release for testing."
Basically what they are saying is that the app doesn't fit on the screen.
The app submitted is an app built from the same codebase as an already approved existing app which doesn't have the same issue.
I've tested on an actual playbook as well as two different versions of the bb10 simulator (build 10.0.9.386 and the latest build 10.0.9.1101).
I'm using haxenme as my development platform and have built the app for blackberry, flash, webos and cpp targets. I've built at numerous resolutions 1280 x 768, 1024 x 768, 1024 x 600 and in each case on each platform the app scales and fits the screen without any issues.
The app also scales and functions correctly in the blackberry simulators and all buttons are functional.
I simply can't replicate the issue the tester saw where the app doesn't fit on the screen.
Surely thw whole point of the simulators are that they replicate the device, but in this case that doesn't seem the case.
Can anyone offer any advice. I'd love to submit this app for both bb10 and playbook especially since my first two apps went through approval without a problem!
12-01-2012 09:38 AM
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12-01-2012 10:04 AM
Not that I know of.
I've sent the bar file to one of the development team directly and he's going to test on another device for me hopefully.
What I find most frustrating is that I submitted two apps, one got through and one didn't even though they are based off the same code base.