Editorial losing context
This seems to be more of a problem on iOS 8, maybe there's more aggressive memory clearing, and it's driving me a bit batty...
When I switch away from Editorial, in the middle of a large file, to go grab some text from another app (often Safari, but not always), frequently when I switch back to Editorial I'm shown right where I left off for a split second, then I get the dark screen with the asterisk (reload screen?) - okay, I'm guessing this means Editorial got shoved out of memory. But the big problem is, Editorial then reloads, and gets me in the right file, but it puts me at the top of the file. Every single time. If you had been, say, roughly two-thirds of the way through a 500 line file, it's extremely tedious to scroll back to where you had just been. Especially the 20th time in five minutes. It's particularly frustrating because you were shown that exact right place just before the reload screen (yeah, guessing that's probably just a snapshot, but it's still like its teasing).
Would it be possible to modify Editorial so when iOS tells Editorial that it is being switched away from, it saves the current offset into the file as well as the current filename/handle/whatever, and then when switching back, if that saved-offset is set, it positions back to that offset into the file? It'd save me from tearing out any more hair.
The current beta of Editorial does that. Feel free to apply here if you'd like to try it out: Beta Signup
Hmm, signed up, haven't heard anything back.