02-01-2011 11:52 AM
02-01-2011 11:58 AM
Have you tried starting an artical for this topic? Top left of page:
Topic Options -> Start Article
It has different templates to choose from. You might be able to maintain that section and then reference it as needed when people ask the same questions over and over again.
Suggest you test it out before posting that it is up in case you have the same timeout issues for updates.
02-01-2011 11:59 AM
Darn, I'd noticed the edit-ability-lost thing myself but forgot about it. It's either the last X messages, or something just over a day. Maybe a moderator can give you the permanent ability to edit that one. (Or maybe John's idea will work.)
02-01-2011 12:47 PM
Excellent thread! I've made it into a sticky post.
RottenOgre, after a period of time you are unable to edit your posts. If you have something you wish to add, send me a private message and I'll update the original post.
02-02-2011 01:42 PM
You should add this, regarding where to save your data:
Peter wrote a nice overview:
02-02-2011 03:07 PM
You should probably add something about not mixing versions of the SDK and the simulator. I just went through a rather agrivating experience trying to test out the orientation change that was caused by this. I sure thought I had installed the newest SDK, but apparently I hadn't.
In my case, the event never fired when the simulator changed orientation. Its probably not a common enough problem to warrant an entry in the faq, but a general warning against mixing versions is probably in order.
02-09-2011 07:59 AM
Suggest adding these two links for the AIR SDK webcast series Q&A:
02-10-2011 03:37 AM
I think it's a good idea to add this post to FAQ:
SDK beta 3 with Burrito weird install issue
1) Uninstall, re install as admin
2) Run as admin.
3) When installing burrito, make sure you select "English, International" - not English, North America.
This (install as admin option) did the trick for me on Win7 + Burrito. The official SDK install notes include only "first run as admin" option, but not the "Install as admin".
02-13-2011 06:00 PM - edited 02-13-2011 06:01 PM
02-13-2011 06:03 PM
I think we should go with the latest AIR SDK docs, which say 86x86 with the main part of the icon image in a 77x77 region within that (though parts of it can "stick out" into the larger region). The AIR stuff is more mature, has probably had more attention... that's my main reason for saying that. The guys writing the docs have shown signs of cut-and-paste errors and such that lead me not to rely on something looks like it's just a copy of the older AIR docs which said the same thing.