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iOS and MacOS / uploading instructoins

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kirtn14
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Posted: 3rd Jan 2013 00:11
is there any better instructions as to how to make the ios file for first timers please? i have the adobe file for android and its very helpful but i haven't made an apple app yet and find the instructions some what hard to understand

kirtnicholls
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Posted: 3rd Jan 2013 16:30
For starters, do you have a Mac of any sort?

Are you working in Tier 1 or Tier 2?

What version of AppGameKit are you using?

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Ancient Lady
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kirtn14
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Posted: 3rd Jan 2013 22:14
no but i am getting mac software and duel booting my computer with it, tier 1 and v1076

kirtnicholls
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Posted: 3rd Jan 2013 22:45
You will be doing a lot of rebooting in that case.

In Tier 1, you do all of your development in the Windows AppGameKit IDE and create the app byte code file. That file and all of your media need to then be transferred to your Mac 'box' to be included in your Xcode project (as per instructions repeated in this post). Or use the video PaulTR listed in his second post on the thread.

One way or another, you will need to copy the AGK/IDE directory from your Windows 'box' to your Mac 'box'.

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Ancient Lady
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