Hiding console in Pythonista 2.0?
Im having fun poking around the v2.0 release of Pythonista... I could have sworn it initially opened on my iPad with the Welcome(dot)md file displaying in a full-width window, but halter opening the console, I can't get back to full-width now - it seems I can see "file browser & editor" or "editor & console" or just "console" but not just "editor". Am I missing something? Sorry if I've skipped over something obvious.
Also, is there a way to display a "preview" from a Markdown file? Either full-width, or in the console sidebar? I thought I remembered something like that from earlier, but perhaps I'm confusing features between Pythonista and Editorial.
(Also, while posting this, the forum helpfully decided that "Welcome(dot)md" - with an actual "." - was a url, and then proceeded to tell me that my message was spam, because hey, url. That I didn't put in.)
You can close the console with a swipe gesture (left to right, anywhere on the screen).
Pythonista doesn't have a built-in Markdown preview, but you could of course write one as a script, and then add it to the wrench menu, if you like.
I'm swiping left-to-right, and it hides the console on the right... and opens the file browser on the left. Losing one-third of the screen width to a sidebar either way. :-/
This is on an iPad Air (1), running iOS 9.2, in either portrait or landscape.
@CarlRJ, if you have editor ⅔ + console ⅓, you see a kind of 'double door' in the top right corner of the console. That is the button to select/deselect split screen.
Does it help if you press it?
Nope, tried that already. I feel like I'm missing something obvious, but I'm pretty good at working through the the permutations.
Once you hit the shaded box and the console goes full screen, swipe left, @Olaf
Success! Thanks, guys. I was missing something obvious.
I also got it now. I think the icon (1/3 to 2/3) should switch the color ( negative colors), if selected, to make it more user friendly.
This is already available in the UI Editor with the sign "i"
Thank you for this post. I was going crazy trying to figure this out.