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When setting an image that is in a folder for a UIIMageView in the designer, the image shows in the designer but does not show in the app. This seems to be due to path style discrepancy between windows and the rest of the world. To reproduce:
1. Place an image, image.jpg, in a folder in the root of the project, let's call the folder Images.
2. In iOS Designer, add a UIImageView and set it's image to the above added image.
3. Note the path used is Images\image.jpg with the backslash
4. Launch the app.
Expected result: the image will display
Actual result: the image does not display
Setting the path to the image in iOS designer to Images/image.jpg causes the image to be shown in the app but not in the iOS designer.
IOW, I believe this is a path style discrepancy between using backslashes and forward slashes.
My version information:
Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate 2013
Version 12.0.21005.1 REL
Microsoft .NET Framework
Installed Version: Ultimate
Architecture and Modeling Tools 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft Architecture and Modeling Tools
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LightSwitch for Visual Studio 2013 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft LightSwitch for Visual Studio 2013
Microsoft Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2013 ENU 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2013 ENU
Team Explorer for Visual Studio 2013 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft Team Explorer for Visual Studio 2013
Visual Basic 2013 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft Visual Basic 2013
Visual C# 2013 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft Visual C# 2013
Visual C++ 2013 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft Visual C++ 2013
Visual F# 2013 06181-004-0451031-02209
Microsoft Visual F# 2013
Visual Studio 2013 Code Analysis Spell Checker 06181-004-0451031-02209
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Windows Phone SDK 8.0 - ENU 06181-004-0451031-02209
Windows Phone SDK 8.0 - ENU
ASP.NET Web Frameworks and Tools 2012.2 4.1.21001.0
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ASP.NET Web Frameworks and Tools 2013 5.0.11001.0
For additional information, visit http://www.asp.net/
Common Azure Tools 1.0
Provides common services for use by Azure Mobile Services and Windows Azure Tools.
Microsoft Advertising SDK for Windows Phone
Microsoft Advertising SDK for Windows Phone
Microsoft Web Developer Tools 2013 2.0.40926.0
Microsoft Web Developer Tools contains the following components:
Support for creating and opening ASP.NET web projects
Browser Link: A communication channel between Visual Studio and browsers
Page Inspector: Inspection tool for ASP.NET web projects
Scaffolding: A framework for building and running code generators
Server Explorer extensions for Windows Azure Web Sites
Web publishing: Extensions for publishing ASP.NET web projects to hosting providers, on-premises servers, or Windows Azure
NuGet Package Manager 2.7.40911.287
NuGet Package Manager in Visual Studio. For more information about NuGet, visit http://docs.nuget.org/.
PreEmptive Analytics Visualizer 1.2
Microsoft Visual Studio extension to visualize aggregated summaries from the PreEmptive Analytics product.
SQL Server Data Tools 12.0.30919.1
Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools
Windows Azure Mobile Services Tools 1.0
Windows Azure Mobile Services Tools
Workflow Manager Tools 1.0 1.0
This package contains the necessary Visual Studio integration components for Workflow Manager.
Xamarin 22.214.171.124 (d3cf238e3845e930e312b6ec9b4c6c5437c33067)
Visual Studio extension to enable development for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android
Xamarin.Android 126.96.36.199 (b5dc5ce91305e19de51d71a1122c109719c4bc34)
Visual Studio plugin to enable development for Xamarin.Android.
Xamarin.iOS 188.8.131.52 (d3cf238e3845e930e312b6ec9b4c6c5437c33067)
Visual Studio extension to enable development for Xamarin.iOS
Addendum for clarification: The image _does_ show in iOS designer after step 2 above when using the windows style path, i.e. Images\image.jpg
I have checked this issue and getting same behavior after following steps mention in bug description.
When we Debug application on device then Image disappear from designer and application launch with added Image successfully on device or emulator.
I'm getting this same bug.
2014-06-12 09:32:48.140 SingleViewTest[12451:a07] Could not load the "Images\bg_splash_medium.png" image referenced from a nib in the bundle with identifier "com.your-company.SingleViewTest"
2014-06-12 09:32:48.143 SingleViewTest[12451:a07] Could not load the "Images\booklet_dashboard.png" image referenced from a nib in the bundle with identifier "com.your-company.SingleViewTest"
Note the \ in the path of the image that iOS is trying to load. This is the path I've selected in VS on Windows, but iOS Designer needs to translate that to a / before deployment.
When checking the XML the row below shows that it indeed isn't translating between path-separators correctly.
<imageView userInteractionEnabled="NO" contentMode="scaleToFill" id="20" fixedFrame="YES" translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints="NO" image="Images\bg_splash_medium.png">
This is an iOS Addin issue, not a designer issue. It looks like the files were mistakenly not copied to the final app bundle.
Oh, on second thoughts maybe this is a designer bug. The file paths could've been incorrectly written to the storyboard.
Fixed in master: https://github.com/xamarin/md-addins/commit/70b488b984b09896751ba2d971a0294bd691a7ac
monodevelop-5.5-branch will be backported once the patch is tested in windows.
Backported to monodevelop-5.5-branch with commit https://github.com/xamarin/md-addins/commit/bcebe330d7d264c5241c3d9b459aaf3bfd8ac4e0