From what I can gather, Xojo is now retina compatible.
However - when I look at the icons for the actual app in the inspector - I can see no drop-spots for retina icons?
Am I missing something, or is there still only drop-spots for the regular sized icons?
Or…does Xojo simply use the next size up as the retina version?
We currently use the next size up.
What happens when you get to the 1024x1024 icon - there is no next size up to be used as retina
Along the same lines - when I drag an image into the navigator, there are 2 drop spots for @2 and @3 images.
Do these 2 additional images need to be named anything specific?
For example, if I drag an image called “Test” into the navigator - do the additional images need to be called “Test@2” and “Test@3”, or can they have completely different names?
Name them what you want as they wont use the original file names
They will be named whatever the project items names is along with @2 and @3 versions
What happens when you get to the 1024x1024 icon - there is no next size up to be used as retina :)[/quote]
This was still not answered, and I’m quite curious.
1024 is the Retina 512@2x. It has been that way since 2013 or so.
There is no 1024@1x or 1024@2x at this time.
Oh, I hadn’t looked at the icon editor. There is a 1024 spot.
Can someone shows me where those “2 drop spots” are?
They appear when you add an Image object to your project.
First, set “Build Settings/Shared/Supports Retina/HiDPI” to true.
Ah, thanks Detlef. That was the “secret sauce” I was missing.