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.)
omz last edited by
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.
Olaf last edited by
@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.
athros last edited by athros
Once you hit the shaded box and the console goes full screen, swipe left, @Olaf
CarlRJ last edited by
Success! Thanks, guys. I was missing something obvious.
wnMark last edited by wnMark
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"
davidskeck last edited by
Thank you for this post. I was going crazy trying to figure this out.