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My current versions:
Xamarin.iOS - 22.214.171.124 (Business)
Xamarin.iOS for Visual studio - 1.1.200
Steps to reproduce:
1) Create new storyboard application for iphone.
2) Add new folder to project with name MainImages.
3) Add testImage.png to MainImages folder. Change its build action to BundleResource.
4) Open project file and change <IPhoneResourcePrefix>Resources;MainImages</IPhoneResourcePrefix>
5) Open storyboard in xcode and add new Image to Screen. Set its image property to testImage.png.
If I compile this application in xamarin on Mac, the image is loaded and displayed on the screen.
If I compile this application in Visual Studio on PC (and use remote debugging) in output I see message: "Could not load the "testImage.png" image referenced from a nib in the bundle with identifier """ and the image is not displayed.
In the previous version of Xamarin this problem does not arise and images are displayed in both cases.
I believe this is fixed in the upcoming 1.2.x release, Vinicius can you confirm that?
I downloaded the beta-version of xamarin.iOS for VS (1.2) and this bug is doesn't fixed there. In the technical support told me that this bug will be fixed in the release version. Is there a quick workaround until the release?
Thank you for the Report Andrey.
We are not handling the IPhoneResourcePrefix properly on VS.
We will fix this.