New Beta for Pythonista 3.3
@omz Very good news, and one more time, thanks for your marvelous app.
Just one question: is what you call "background" shortcut a new mode supplementary to
- full app
omz last edited by
@cvp A background shortcut is a Siri shortcuts that runs directly in Siri, without launching the app. Does that make things clearer? Sorry if the terminology is a bit confusing in parts, there are just a lot of different kinds of shortcuts now...
@omz Ok, understood and just tested with success. I already love your new version. thanks
@omz On previous version, when I launched an home screen shortcut, apps list shows two apps: Pythonista and my script. I hoped we could start a script without starting the full app, like now with Siri or like via appex or via widget...but without Siri, that's the reason of my question
@omz Will you update many old modules? https://github.com/cclauss/pythonista-module-versions They are very very old.
RomSpy last edited by
Thanks for the hard work. I will give it a try.
JonB last edited by
@omz Alas... crashes ios 9.3.5. I take it older device support has ended now.
victordomingos last edited by
Very good news, I will be entering the beta today.
Some packages seem to be in need of an update, maybe the final version may include something with respect to that.
I still have an old iPad 2 (iOS 9) that I use together with my iPhone 7, I also wish that this iPad doesn't get unsupported right now...
caddtec last edited by
Soooooo great to have a new version! Thanks @omz for the beta! Just tried out most of my apps, scripts ans unit tests. Everything seems to work perfectly!
Will continue testing and report any error I find.
caddtec last edited by
I was just trying the new keyboard PyKeys and notice what seems to be a problem... that whenever I enable it, I see only the small upper part of every buttons unless I show the whole keyboard (I use a physical keyboard by the way). I am on iOS 12 with the new iPad Pro 12.9.
Is it suppose to work that way? Am I the only one that it happens?
sashk last edited by
Any plans to include newer version of Python, i.e 3.6.7/8 or 3.7.1/2?
upwart last edited by
Any plans to support Pandas?
omz last edited by
@caddtec You can tap and hold the
^button (bottom-right corner) to make the keyboard visible when an external keyboard is connected.
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robnee last edited by
Any chance on addin a theme element for the stderr console text? The dark red is hard to read with some of the dark themes.
The modules are very very old. Will you update them?
orsharir last edited by orsharir
Thanks for the update! I've been looking forward to the Siri integration.
Is there any way to pass input to the script, or return an output from it? The potential for Pythonista as a glue between other shortcuts, and the possibility of creating a programmable voice interface is huge -- but it depends on the ability of Pythonista to process input and generate output.
Edit: I've just realized that the apparent lack (unless I missed this option) of native input / output could be mitigated by using the clipboard. I still think it would be better to have native support (less boilerplate steps in the shortcut app), but now I can finally start experimenting with the above ideas. Thanks again for the update!
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mithrendal last edited by mithrendal
I tested the new Beta on my current projects. It run most of the time fine. I had some methods where I had to additionally annotate with @on_main_thread to make it run, which I must not in pythonista 3.2 . But I think this is more correct and I guess v3.2 was just a bit more forgiving in that regard and v3.3. a bit more strict which is fine.
I had an issue though with pythonista-gestures from @mikael :
it gives an key error upon accessing a dictionary each time you trigger a gesture
I opened an issue for this at https://github.com/mikaelho/pythonista-gestures
Due to some restructuring in the new pythonista v3.3, in the end I think it has to be repaired in Gestures.
EDIT: it has been repaired. ;-)
I hope @mikael has also access to the beta :-)
How many seats are there free ?
Now I will have a look at the funny keyboard thing ... ;-)