Hello @Kim Strasser ,
You could edit the
Entitlements.plist in the GUI page and enable some capabilities before, but
Entitlements.plist are currently opened with Xcode by default.
Info.plist file, you could open it, click the add button, then select a key you want under the drop-down menu, and enter the value. For more details, you could check the listing of iOS keys from iOS Keys (apple.com) and Information Property List | Apple Developer Documentation.
Entitlements.plist file, you could add the corresponding keys and values, please refer to the key-value pairs on Entitlements | Apple Developer Documentation. You could also enable some capabilities in any other project via VS2019 and open the
Entitlements.plist file with source code, then copy the source code. After that, you can open the
Entitlements.plist file of your iOS project with TextEdit in Finder, and past the source code.
It's a little inconvenient, you could write feedback and create a feature request for VS, refer to Visual Studio for Mac: Report issues & bugs - Visual Studio for Mac | Microsoft Learn.
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