Are Wildcard AppID still allowed for IOS Export?
Hey there, I noticed at http://kinoma.com/develop/studio/system-requirements/#system-requirements-system-requirements-for-ios-export that it says "the application ID (set in the Application Editor in Kinoma Studio) must match the Provisioning Profile's domain". In the case of a wild card (https://gyazo.com/0a078b50db1796eeb6f81f08a0f1682a) I don't think there is a domain just a star (*) so I think it's impossible to make a domain match. Maybe I misunderstand something? As you can see in this brief animation (https://gyazo.com/51a6f34ad4e239b80ba881f8819bf232) the app starts to install, as the circle angle increases, then the operation aborts and the circle closes. After you tap on the app it just permanently says Installing... below a dulled out icon (https://gyazo.com/97042ec20e943e30bfe218def8f7a072) and the app doesn't run. As you can also see in that image, I was able to install and run the Apple Sample Code app "GL Essentials" with the exact same profile + identity. I hope Studio still supports Wildcard development as I find it makes ad-hoc development + testing much simpler. Wildcards generated in xCode worked for me in Studio up until about 6 months ago. Perhaps I'm making some other error in my Studio IPA deployment process. Advice / solutions most appreciated. Thank you!