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BUG - rotation of Default image on iOS with AIR SDK 16.0.0.250

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Hi guys!

I just switched to AIR SDK 16.0.0.250. Everything was fine except one very strange problem with Default images on iOS devices.

My app runs in landscape mode. In my app I have default images that are shown during application loading phase.

When app start, first I see Default image properly, that for a very short period of time I see Default image rotated 90 degree and scaled to fill the screen and then it disappears and application is get loaded.

Here is a video that illustrates the problem: http://youtu.be/Ry1l1v7dQss

That is very strange, so I want to know if anybody else knows how to handle this issue and what could the source of it? Some info that might help: Application descriptor:

<initialWindow>
    <content>SWF file name is set automatically at compile time</content>
    <visible>true</visible>
    <aspectRatio>landscape</aspectRatio>
    <autoOrients>true</autoOrients>
    <fullScreen>true</fullScreen>>
    <renderMode>direct</renderMode>
    <softKeyboardBehavior>none</softKeyboardBehavior>
</initialWindow>

List of default images:

  • Default.png
  • Default@2x.png
  • Default-568h@2x.png
  • Default-Landscape.png
  • Default-LandscapeLeft@2x.png

So, for me it seems like a bug in AIR SDK 16.0.0.250, on AIR SDK 15.XXX everything was just fine.

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Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

I logged this as a bug a few days ago, and today's update of AIR 16 shows it listed as a known issue. So hopefully it will get fixed.

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BUG - rotation of Default image on iOS with AIR SDK 16.0.0.250

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Hi guys!

I just switched to AIR SDK 16.0.0.250. Everything was fine except one very strange problem with Default images on iOS devices.

My app runs in landscape mode. In my app I have default images that are shown during application loading phase.

When app start, first I see Default image properly, that for a very short period of time I see Default image rotated 90 degree and scaled to fill the screen and then it disappears and application is get loaded.

Here is a video that illustrates the problem: http://youtu.be/Ry1l1v7dQss

That is very strange, so I want to know if anybody else knows how to handle this issue and what could the source of it? Some info that might help: Application descriptor:

<initialWindow>
    <content>SWF file name is set automatically at compile time</content>
    <visible>true</visible>
    <aspectRatio>landscape</aspectRatio>
    <autoOrients>true</autoOrients>
    <fullScreen>true</fullScreen>>
    <renderMode>direct</renderMode>
    <softKeyboardBehavior>none</softKeyboardBehavior>
</initialWindow>

List of default images:

  • Default.png
  • Default@2x.png
  • Default-568h@2x.png
  • Default-Landscape.png
  • Default-LandscapeLeft@2x.png

So, for me it seems like a bug in AIR SDK 16.0.0.250, on AIR SDK 15.XXX everything was just fine.

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

I logged this as a bug a few days ago, and today's update of AIR 16 shows it listed as a known issue. So hopefully it will get fixed.

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I logged this as a bug a few days ago, and today's update of AIR 16 shows it listed as a known issue. So hopefully it will get fixed.

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Thanks for reporting the issue. Yes, It's known to us and we are investigating it.

Best Regards,

Jitender

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