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  • omz

    @RomSpy Yes, that's something I'd really like to do soon, and I've already done some of the work required, but it's still kind of a mess.

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  • omz

    @stepper That's interesting, though I've found a better solution recently: You can add something like #import pythonista as the first line, and it'll be recognized as Objective-C source code (which isn't directly executable, so it doesn't cause issues with code signing).

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  • omz

    I don't have plans to support this syntax in Editorial, I'm afraid, but I can recommend the TaskPaper Mac app if you feel like giving the format another go at some point.

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  • omz

    Sorry about the late response. Unfortunately, I can't reproduce this here. Could you perhaps open an issue with a few more details (iOS version etc.) in the bug tracker?

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  • omz

    @JonB Just fyi, “panel”-style presentation also works on iPhone.

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  • omz

    Working Copy (a third-party Git client) should work well with Pythonista. Since this is a little hard to discover, here's how you'd open an entire Working Copy repository (folder) in Pythonista:

    • Tap "Open" in Pythonista's file browser
    • Select "Working Copy" in the document picker
    • Tap the "Select" button in the toolbar (to enable multi-select mode)
    • Select the folder/repository you want to open
    • Tap "Open" (in the toolbar)

    You can then just edit the files in Pythonista, and commit the changes in Working Copy.

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  • omz

    @GaryGadget Note that ui.Button is a subclass of ui.View, so the background_color property is inherited from that.

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  • omz

    Not sure if anyone has done this yet, but it should generally be possible.

    However, you might also want to take a look at the speech module. It uses SFSpeechRecognizer internally for the speech.recognize() function.

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  • omz

    There were a couple of minor problems with your workflow, e.g. the selected lines were not the input for the repeat block, the $1 capture group in your regex didn’t exist, and a few other things.

    This one should work:

    HTML List

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  • omz

    Everything @dgelessus said is completely correct. One more note though: If you keep Pythonista 3 installed when deleting Pythonista 2, you will keep all your files. The local files will only be deleted when both apps are gone because they use the same app group, and share their files.

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