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  • Jay Versluis 4:11 pm on June 29, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: info.plist, UIPrerenderedIcon   

    Categories: iOS ( 222 )   

    How to remove the gloss effect from iOS Logos 

    While you’re in info.plist, go to the bottom of the list and add an item (right-click on the empty space and select “Add Row”). Then call it UIPrerenderedIcon. Now the item changes into “Icon already includes gloss effect”, giving you the option to select YES or NO (NO means gloss is switched on, YES means it will be switched off).

    As of Xcode 4.3 there is now a handy tick box on your target called “Prerendered”. Tick it to remove the gloss effect:

    If you’re previously had your app running with the gloss effect the non-gloss version may not show up until you delete the app from your simulator/device and run it again from Xcode.

  • Jay Versluis 4:03 pm on June 29, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bundle identifier, info.plist   

    Categories: iOS ( 222 )   

    How to rename your iOS App in Xcode 4.x.x 

    • Find the info.plist file (in the Supporting Files folder). Say your app is called MyApp, then you’re looking for a file called MyApp-info.plist
    • Say hello to a scary list of key/value pairs
    • In here, find the Bundle Display Name
    • Change it from the default ${PRODUCT_NAME} to your title
    • Build and see your title underneath your logo

    I had forgotten that I’ve already written this down last year: https://wpguru.co.uk/2011/08/how-to-rename-your-ios-app-in-xcode-4-and-remove-the-gloss-effect-from-your-logo/

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