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Developer
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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

And do you have "blackberry-tablet-icon.PNG" in your /src folder?
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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

yup 

Developer
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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

So is the file extension uppercase (".PNG") or lowercase (".png") on the actual filename?

 

QNX is a POSIX compliant system and filenames are case sensitive.

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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

Just curious, why do you have your <qnx> root node existing in your *-app.xml file instead of in your bar-descriptor.xml file?

 

Your *-app.xml file needs to have a <application> node in it with the correct AIR namespace:

 

<application xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/3.1">

 This is an Adobe AIR thing, not a BlackBerry QNX thing.

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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

I think Uber... got it. The QNX XML root file should be named "bar-descriptor.xml" and your AIR files should be the "countdown-app.xml" name which sould be the <application> root node with the namespace version of 3.1.

Good catch.
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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

Thanks Uber!! That FINALLY worked. But I feel reallyyyy dumb, and the fact that I can't get the app name to omit the "-debug" in the simulator is only making it worse. Any help for that?

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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

Are you building the app in debug configuration or release configuration?

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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

I'm not sure, but it seems running in debug would explain the problems. How do i change to the final- release config?

it's clearly my first time with air
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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

[ Edited ]

Try the steps in this knowledgebase article to switch the application deployment mode from Development mode to Production mode.

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Re: icon issue continually leading to rejection

Sorry to be a bother but i'm not seeing that option, to change the deployment mode