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  • #5528

    Nour

    Hello

    I want to port my game to bb10

    but when install it on the device the first thing shown is v-play splash, how to change it??

    and there are no sounds in the game, is sounds not supported for bb10??

    #5529

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    sorry, looks like we missed this in our deployment / publishing guide: For custom splash screens just add a file named splash_1280_768.png (or splash_768_1280.png depending on your game’s orientation) for Z-based BB device models and/or a file named splash_720_720.png for Q-based BB models. We’ll add this information with the next release of our documentation!

    Regarding sounds, have you noticed the “supported formats” notice in our documentation here? For BB background music you have to provide an .ogg file in case you’re trying a mp3 as of now.

    Best,

    Alex

    #5541

    Nour

    sounds working now :) but cant add the splash

    i duplicated the logo and renamed it to “splash_1280_768.png” but when upload to build server it cant complete building

    and this shown in the build log

    Error: Blackberry BAR file not created

     

    is the name correct?

     

     

    Thanks for support

    #5542

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Yes the name is correct, but I guess our Build Server was expecting a Q-model-based (720×720) splash image too. We fixed this in that minute so you now can provide Z-based splash images only like you probably tried before, sorry for the inconvenience!

    Best,

    Alex

    #5544

    Nour

    it’s working well now

     

    Thanks Alex

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