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02/08/18 01:22 AM (3 months ago)

Project Error: problem loading a screen

I am using Xcode 9.0 with BT Control panel. I am trying to update an existing app and when I try to run it in Xcode I get the following error:

"There was a problem loading a screen. This usually means a third-party plugin was not added to your Xcode project. Make sure the plugin is added to the BT_Plugins folder in your Xcode project"

I did add the plugins to my project and I can see that they are present. I have also added images but that is also not showing up when I run the app.

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02/08/18 02:20 AM (3 months ago)
what colour is the plugins folder? i had issues when adding plugin folder once because i added wrong and the folder appeared yellow when all the rest were blue....

which meant i got the same error as you. i then deleted the folder and re-added using the other option from the popup (not in front of xcode so cant remember the exact options it gives) and the folder was blue and it then worked OK
 
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02/08/18 11:31 AM (3 months ago)
me to i was adding the plugin amg plus but not choosing the right import button, once chosen, all worked fine, i think the amg was the only one updated to wrk with the new buzz i think.
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02/14/18 07:55 AM (3 months ago)
what is amg?
 
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02/14/18 08:02 AM (3 months ago)
amg plus buttons, gets added to the oroject when you download it, i found out you had to delete from outside the project and then add it a differant way ,
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02/14/18 09:53 AM (3 months ago)
Is amg a plugin?
 
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02/14/18 10:17 AM (3 months ago)
yes. once you download project, open it, dont launch it and look in the plgins folder, this is on self hosting
 
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02/14/18 12:08 PM (3 months ago)
I am not using this plugin
 
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02/14/18 01:11 PM (3 months ago)
dont worry about it then
 
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02/14/18 01:11 PM (3 months ago)
So are you still having an issue?
Did you check the first comment? What colour is the plugin folder in Xcode?
 
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02/15/18 02:21 AM (3 months ago)
Colour of plugin folder is yellow. (not blue)

I found the issue. Previously I could drag the downloaded folders into the project. But doing it that way did not actually save the folders into the project. I can see it in the project but when I run the project it is as if the folders were not present. So I consequently did not see the images added to the Images folder nor the plugins in the downloaded BT_Plugins folder when I run the app.

The way around the problem is as follows: Files>>>Add files to.. And then select the Plugin Folder and the Images or Documents you want to add. This solved the problem for me.
 
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02/15/18 03:44 AM (3 months ago)
cool thanks
 

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