In case any are curious, to close the SIMULATOR...
I was certainly curious, even once shutting down my system from within the SIM !
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Sure, @ or around 2:45 we click to add the WIDELOGO.PNG to the Package.appxmanifest file but my version of said manifest file is a tad more complex.
Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 Version 11.0.51106.01 Update 1 Microsoft .NET Framework Version 4.5.50709
A little more about the error when I hover over the bottoom right red X (so much for editing the html to make my X red!) - it says:
A mixture of images with and without "scale" or "targetsize" qualifiers exists in this project for the logical name "Assets\WideLogo.png" When a mixture exists, files without the qualifier are ignored. For predictable runtime behavior, explicitly specify...
Three dots at the end... the message is clipped off the screen...
Bob, a bit of an issue here , probably related to the latest VS12 service pack - not sure how to resolve.
Screen for tiles is of course different and when I plug the WIDELOGO into it (perhaps not where it really needs to go?), it throws an error: THE IMAGE ASSET OR RELATED FIELD HAS ONE OR MORE ERRORS...
Interesting that, from the toolbox, dragging in the ELLIPSE, the ouput XAML was terse, choosing not to include:
<LinearGradientBrush.GradientStops> <GradientStopCollection> </GradientStopCollection> </LinearGradientBrush.GradientStops>
Is that be design or just the editor mirroring our 1st implementation of the ELLIPSE?
(i.e. does the designer know when it can be terse?)