2165 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Aug 16, 2008 1:46 PM by iPhil_good
Drag the folder containing your images to your "Groups & Files" outline and in the dialog select "Create Folder References for any added folders" instead of the option creating groups.
Anyway this seems to be a bad idea to do so. First because you don't have to bother how clean is the bundle But also because your folder seems to be locked and no modification seems to be possible.
And last but not least, I'm not sure the files will be easily accessed, especially images with the method
Perform some checks before you decide !
Sorry I thought it would work
Now I remember having unsuccessfully tried that, and I ended adding the folder manually by opening the app package after compilation !!
This was not good at all ... So I gave up and met my needs another way.
But once again if it's only cosmetic, then forget about it, all MacOS/iPhone bundles are this dirty
Sorry again ;-/