Since StatusBar.backgroundColorByHexString is supposed to work only with StatusBar.overlaysWebView(false), would you the Windows client and upload it to a file sharing service)?
I have now added this line. The result was no different.
Additionally, do you place the StatusBar-related code in your onDeviceReady function?
Yes. This is what the function looks like:
If these suggestions, do not solve your issue, would you, please, provide a copy or a jsFiddle sample of your project (you can export it from the dashboard in the Windows client and upload it to a file sharing service)?
Here is a JSFiddle sample: http://jsfiddle.net/Yf3d3/1/
The target Apache Cordova version of your project.
Are you using any additional frameworks, e.g. Kendo UI Mobile, jQuery Mobile, etc
I am using Kendo UI Mobile.
If you are using Kendo UI Mobile/DataViz, what is the framework version? (In your project locate the framework file, open it, and check the version number in there.)
The framwork was automatically provided by AppBuilder, but this is what the source file says:
* Kendo UI Complete v2013.3.1119 (http://kendoui.com)
Are you using any other plugins and which ones?
I am only using some of the core plugins that are automatically provided and can be activated in the Properties tab. The following plugins are activated:
- Device Motion
- Device Orientation
- Network Information
You mentioned that you are deploying via iTunes. From the Windows client, you can deploy directly via cable connection (Build and Deploy) or you can generate a QR code and scan it on your device. Is there any particular reason you are deploying manually via iTunes?
Didn't know this was possible until now. I am using Build and Deploy now on through cable. :)