I ran into a minor but annoying icon issue with my AIR-based app that I thought I'd share. As background, icons can be packaged with AIR apps. When I install my AIR app (through AIR, not through AppUp), the icons on the desktop and elsewhere look great. Once the app goes into the store and is installed from there, the icon in the store looks great, but the shortcut icon on the desktop looks weird -- jagged, and with any white pixels made transparent. The desktop icon is not the one that you'd see in the store, incidentally. It's definitely one of the icons packaged with the AIR app (maybe the 48x48 pixels version). Totally conjecture on my part, but it seems as if, once an AIR app is submitted, one of the packaged icons is extracted and resampled (and in my opinion mangled a bit). To get around it I redid the icons packaged with the AIR app so that there would be no white (and therefore transparent) pixels. The icon still looks pretty bad, but at least it doesn't have weird holes in it wherever there's white. Hopefully that all makes sense. Is that an issue that could be addressed? It's also possible that I'm just doing something wrong. ;) Thanks, vin
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