@shinya.ta Thé script here-under will allow you to test the Apple standard speech module, and this code supports, I hope, all emojis. Thus, I suppose that my other scripts has a bug for combined emojis. I'll try to correct it in a close future.
Please test the updated version on an iPad with the split keyboard enabled, both docked and undocked and split and unsplit. The current release keyboard bar is broken in various ways when split mode is enabled including:
Sometimes the extra row overlaps with the normal keyboard.
When the extra row is positioned properly, the buttons don't work. Instead, the touch events fall through to the piece of the document the buttons cover.
@CCC, yes I transferred that way so far , but I learned from the forum that you can transfer all the files stored in the Phytonista sandbox with the FTP Transfer script running in your iOS device and the Connect to Server item from the Mac OS X Finder. The trick is that you have tu use the IP Address insted of the name of your iOS device.and connect by pressing the Guest button in the Mac. You don't need to put the username and password when you transfer between iOS devices
@mikael@omz Pythonista played an important role in my career as well. When I was interviewing for my last job they set a programming task to write a custom compression tool for specifically formatted data. I wrote it in Pythonista, mostly on the train on my commute. It was fun, I used a combination of techniques for different fields, including variable length encoding for numeric fields that took a fair amount of bit twiddling. I was able to actually demo it to them in my face to face interview on my iPad. It blew them away, they had no idea you could do something like that on an iPad.
The import of the jpg and use of the pen tool to trace it would likely be the fastest option. To dynamically calculate the area, you add a short piece of code to the traced object. Despite the fact that your case is really unique, I think it will work for you. I'm working on that screenshot right now.