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TanguyT
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Image is rename to Image1 but manifest still references Image for preview-image attribute. Cannot build solution

Hi,

I updated to latest version of PCF cli and now, when building project, the image I used for the control in attribute preview-image is renamed.

original XML

 <img path="imgs/logo.png" />
after building 
 <img path="imgs/logo1.png" />
 
but the build fails because preview-image attribute of control in manifest.xml is still expecting logo.png.
 
I don't understand why there is a rename of my image file and if so, why the preview-image attribute is not updated too.
 
Workaround => does not use preview-image.
 
Is this a known bug?
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sgpchenchang
Power Apps
Power Apps

@TanguyT , do you mind sharing your manifest.input.xml file with us?

 

Did you have the image path referenced in both "preview-image" attribute in <control> node and in <resources> node? If that's the case, you don't need to include that image in <resources> again. Please confirm. Thank you!

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sgpchenchang
Power Apps
Power Apps

@TanguyT , do you mind sharing your manifest.input.xml file with us?

 

Did you have the image path referenced in both "preview-image" attribute in <control> node and in <resources> node? If that's the case, you don't need to include that image in <resources> again. Please confirm. Thank you!

Good to know! I will try it and let you know

It worked! Thank you very much

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