That does not help.
The Icon Pallet folder is still not moved from the Application Support folder to the container location when Icon Pallet is run.
(Icon Pallet is my app)

But if I run Icon Pallet from the archive location that Xcode created, it moves the Icon Pallet folder to the container location as it should.

Doing some google searches, I see that others have had similar problems but the symptoms seem to vary.
It seems like it is some sort of developer bug and maybe it will just work after it is submitted to the MAS.


Rich



On Apr 28, 2013, at 10:51 PM, Ken Shmidheiser <kshmidheiser@...> wrote:

Rich wrote:

I just discovered that it works if I do an Archive of my app in Xcode.
Then run that archived app from it's location in ~Library/Developer/Xcode/Archives.
But if I move the app anywhere (out to the desktop or into the applications folder or anywhere), it stops working.


Rich,

Try this from the Xcode menu bar:

1. Xcode -> Product -> Archive

2. In the resulting "Organizer - Archives" window click the "Distribute..." button.

3. In the "Select method of distribution:" drop-down window, click the "Export as" radio button and choose "Application" from the popup menu.

4. Click the "Next" button at the bottom of the window.

5. In the next drop-down window, in the "Code Signing Identity" popup menu, leave "Don't Re-sign" selected.

6. You can now use the final standard "Save As:" drop-down window to select a destination for your compiled application.

Ken
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