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VS fails to load an image select from the iOS Application menu for icons / backgrounds.
## Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create an iOS application.
2. Go to project Properties page.
3. Go to iOS Application menu.
4. Click on an icon or background image holder to browse for an image.
5. Select an appropriately sized image.
## Actual Results:
Image fails to load. Log files show an error message similar to:
Xamarin.VisualStudio.IOS.Widgets.ArtworkButton Error: 0 : [2014-06-20 16:54:19.8] Failed to load image from "C:Path\to\project\path\to\images\imagename.png"
## Expected Results:
Image should load properly.
## Build Date & Platform:
VS 2013 and 2012
## Additional Information:
I was not able to reproduce this on my environment. User reporting this issue provided a screencast: http://screencast.com/t/2xyHR1jUc and attached log files (private).
Created attachment 7168 [details]
I have tried to reproduce this issue but not able to reproduce this. To
reproduce this issue I have followed the steps mentioned in bug description and
it is working fine for me.
Screencast : http://www.screencast.com/t/ZmpichZ7
Environment Info :
I'm the user who originally reported this bug. I have version 22.214.171.124 of XVS. You might have a higher internal build? It tells me I'm updated. While I'm here, I am using Windows 8.1 Enterprise.
I have again tried to reproduce this issue by following the steps mentioned in bug description with xamarin 126.96.36.199 and getting the same behavior as mentioned in comment 2.
Screencast : http://www.screencast.com/t/czE8U9pzIc
Environment Info :
VS 2012 and VS 2013
Xamarin.iOS Build Host : 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206
I figured out how to fix it. If the Resources folder is read-only, you can't set the app icons. Even if I check the entire Resources folder out in TFS, I still can't set the app icons. As soon as I right click the folder in Windows Explorer, go to properties, and uncheck "Read-Only", I can open the project properties and set the app icons.
not reproducible in Build 220.127.116.112