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No mobile option on new project creation page


I have problem with my user to create new mobile project.

My older user which is assigned to email musaulker {at} gmail {dot} com has not problems to create new mobile applications.

But my new user profile which is assigned to email info {at} mycloudy {dot} com has problems to create new mobile applications. On the new project creation screen its not possible to switch from Desktop to Mobile project.

I'm trying it on same user on same computer on Mac OS x 10.6.4

How can I solve the problem?

Your regards,

P.S: I've restarted Titanium couple of times and also I've restarted my Macbook Pro couple of times but it didn't worked. I've imported the KitchenSink app its working without any problem..

— asked August 24th 2010 by Musa Ulker
  • creation
  • macosx
  • mobile
  • no
  • option
  • project
  • support
  • This same thing is happening to me on Windows XP. I have the Android SDK path setup in my profile, and I've confirmed the Android SDK works and the path is set correctly (via the command line). The only thing I did different than the getting started guide is I installed multiple platforms, does Titanium only work with Platform 1.6?

    — commented August 26th 2010 by Ben Buie
  • Me too. I just got started on Mac OS X, and got Kitchen sink working on iPhone emulator. When I go to create a new project, it only has Desktop (and as a string, not a popup).

    — commented November 18th 2010 by Marc Page
  • I am having exactly the same problem, but on Vista. I also have multiple versions of Android installed 1.6, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3.

    — commented January 22nd 2011 by Ambrose Laing
  • I am having the same issue, Mac OS X 10.6, TitaniumStudio (just downloaded) [p.s. what ever happened to the neat looking Titanium Developer app?] and I am unable to select Mobile (iOS) as a Target development platform..? Frustrating. Anyone please?

    — commented June 12th 2011 by Edward Cox
  • Edward

    It's not necessary to drag up old posts. Please create a new question, and I am sure someone will help you.


    — commented June 13th 2011 by Paul Dowsett

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