Thanks, Kevin. I did see there was a comment on that issue within the last couple of hours, so I assumed that the plugin was still broken on the release version.
I wonder if this is Apple’s cheeky way of discouraging use of alternative programming languages on their platforms… 😉
09/22/2023, 2:55 PM
Yeah, I think we all kind of assume that Apple is being intentionally difficult, but generally speaking, I think they just don't pay attention to this stuff. As long as you're not competing with them, and what you're making looks good (ish) on their devices, they don't seem to care how you do it. I suspect this is just actually a bug. If it was intentional they'd probably show a more severe security warning.