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I find from time to time I have to set the "TEAM" again in the iOS application settings. It's not persisting and could be an important miss if not set again.
Any idea how to reproduce this?
It's stored in the .userprefs file, so if you do something that would blow it away, it'll get lost. Not saying that's what is happening for sure, just bringing it up as a possibility in case you are maybe doing `git clean` or occasionally deleting your .userprefs.
I don't use Git. I use SVN. I never touch or even know of the userprefs. I know it's not much help but at least it isolates those as the cause. It's just like at times my Test Flight app/team ID's have to be filled in again and they aren't persisted for some reason. I've seen this on multiple computers I use.
I'm going to close and watch this. It may have been due to SVN issues we've unfortunately had over the past year and having to recreate working copies, and clear/re-download from SVN. Now that I have a SVN system in place external to Xamarin Studio (Cornerstone) I'll see if this issue is no longer valid. If it occurs again I'll report back.