[Interest] Qt at iOS - Custom Storyboard Launch Screen
jianliang79 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 15:12:57 CEST 2015
In our project, we use nearly the same method to create launch screen
except that we use a .xib file to specify launch screen layout. It works
well in both debug and release build.
If you iphone runs iOS 9, please note that there is a bug in iOS 9
which will prevent launch screen from being displayed correctly, to
workaround this you have to uninstall your app from the phone and then
re-install it. But I am not sure whether you have run into this problem.
On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 2:09 PM, Robert Iakobashvili <coroberti at gmail.com>
> It seems that the instructions below for custom Launch Screen
> are irrelevant for XCode-7 Storyboard Launch Screen:
> I'm working with QtCreator 3.5.0 and Qt-5.5.1-source, recent snapshot.
> When adding a new Launch Screen from Xcode-7
> by File -> New -> Launch Screen and creating MyLaunch.storyboard
> the following files were created:
> and directory MyLaunch.storyboardc with two nib files and Info.plist
> Copying the files and the directory to Qt project and
> adding to Qt-pro-file copying of MyLaunch.storyboard,
> MyLaunch-SBPartialInfo.plist, MyLaunch.storyboardc
> and the 3 files it includes to the app bundle leads to a strange result:
> Qt-release project - it works
> Qt-debug project - black-screen
> My guess, the files to be copied not only to the app bundle
> but to the Xcode-generated by Qt-Creator project.
> How to achieve it?
> Thank you.
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