Has anyone in the last 6 months (or ever) published an Air for Desktop app to the Mac Appstore?
I noticed that Apple are now allowing us to make macOS Certs in the Developer portal. There used to be a separate annual license for macOS, but now it’s included.
I would like to publish some of my iOS apps to desktop, and would first like to target the Mac Appstore. I set up an app on App Store Connect and the process is nearly identical to the iOS portal. Screenshots need to be 1920x1080.
But I have 2 main hurdles to publish an app:
The icons in the Desktop settings are years out of date! 128 is the largest, which is tiny in this day and age. It needs to be up to 1024 pixels.
What is the process of Signing the Certificate?
I downloaded various Developer and Distribution Certs from Apple and made a .p12 in Keychain Access.
I wasn’t sure whether to right click on the certificate or just the private key to export to p12?
I tried adding the p12 in the Air settings but I got the Air popup error.
“Unable to build a valid certificate chain from the signer”
I guess it needs to be properly ‘signed’ in an extra step.
I’m using a Mac with Adobe Animate Is there a way of code-signing this for free? And without using Terminal? I’m a designer and have no idea how to use it!
I’ve heard that maybe this can be done in a browser (export a certificate)…
Any help welcome!
p.s I had more pics of the process, but as I’m a new user I could only post 1…