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@mikael Many, many thanks! Perfect now!
for some reason textfield.end_editing() does not hide the keyboard
Same on my iPad mini 4 (iOS 13 + Pythonista beta)
There is a kind of flicking, I think that the keyboard is dismissed and then comes back.
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from ui import * from objc_util import * uiimage=ObjCClass('UIImage') v=Image.named('test:Lenna') u=uiimage.systemImageNamed_('lessthan.circle') v.objc_instance._setImageAsset_(u.imageAsset())
Leading underscore did the trick, iPadOS 13.1.3.
Maybe not the most future proof, but does the job...
@JonB As usual, you're the 🤴
@JonB, thanks. Intuitively this seems like it should be faster and more efficient than going via the PNG conversion.
But when I went to test the performance I ran into a couple of issues with the asset approach:
- Resulting image size is dependent on the size of the original ui.Image created.
- Both the original and ”asset-applied” images are retained in the ui.Image somehow, and for example ButtonItems do not really handle that well.
See below couple of example images. First one uses a too-large initializing picture (Lenna), the second too small one (triangle arrow icon), which you can see presented in the title area.
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/private/var/mobile/Containers/Shared/AppGroup/668A7D98-7216-47ED-917D-AA0B6173167E/Pythonista3/Documents/MesTests/sfsymbol.py", line 233, in <module> data_source = symbol_table.data_source = SymbolSource(root, symbol_table) File "/private/var/mobile/Containers/Shared/AppGroup/668A7D98-7216-47ED-917D-AA0B6173167E/Pythonista3/Documents/MesTests/sfsymbol.py", line 76, in __init__ image=SymbolImage('arrow.left', 8, weight=THIN), File "/private/var/mobile/Containers/Shared/AppGroup/668A7D98-7216-47ED-917D-AA0B6173167E/Pythonista3/Documents/MesTests/sfsymbol.py", line 27, in SymbolImage conf = UIImageSymbolConfiguration.configurationWithConfiguration_and_( File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/34BAEE1A-BC33-4D6F-A0C1-B733E4991F31/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/site-packages/objc_util.py", line 445, in __getattr__ cached_method = ObjCClassMethod(self, attr) File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/34BAEE1A-BC33-4D6F-A0C1-B733E4991F31/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/site-packages/objc_util.py", line 752, in __init__ raise AttributeError('No class method found for selector "%s"' % (self.sel_name)) AttributeError: No class method found for selector "configurationWithConfiguration:and:"
@cvp, yes, just noticed. iOS 14 must’ve changed it. Will take a look.
@cvp, here’s the relevant code if you want to do a manual quick fix. Will push an update to PyPI soon.
... if point_size is not None: conf = conf.configurationByApplyingConfiguration_( UIImageSymbolConfiguration.configurationWithPointSize_(point_size)) if weight is not None: conf = conf.configurationByApplyingConfiguration_( UIImageSymbolConfiguration.configurationWithWeight_(weight)) if scale is not None: conf = conf.configurationByApplyingConfiguration_( UIImageSymbolConfiguration.configurationWithScale_(scale)) objc_image = objc_image.imageByApplyingSymbolConfiguration_(conf) ...
@cvp, for the new symbols, I found a downloadable list of changes, but no list of new icons or an updated master list.
if you want to do a manual quick fix.
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If someone interested in a list of string, here we go
import plistlib import io vFilePath = '/System/Library/CoreServices/CoreGlyphs.bundle/symbol_order.plist' with open(vFilePath, 'rb') as vFile: vFileObject = io.BytesIO(vFile.read()) vJsonSFSymbols = plistlib.load(vFileObject) for vIndex, vJsonSFSymbol in enumerate(vJsonSFSymbols): print(str(vIndex).zfill(4), vJsonSFSymbol)
@7upser, excellent! I ran a quick comparison, and the plist list has all the symbols that the ”manual” list had, plus 162 additional symbols all ending in one of: ar, he, hi, ja, ko, zh or rtl, which I take to be additional language-based versions.
With this, when I have a moment, I can probably change the symbol browser to show whatever you have available in your iOS version, rather than relying on a manually updated list. What seems to be missing, though, is the marker for the symbols that Apple says must not be used outside their Apple context (like ”airpods”).
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I'm missing the Categories for SF Symbols.
I think there are only Categories in the Mac App.
I found two older version and a Screenshot for the new Gaming Cat.
I add some cats for newer Symbols, but didn't finished.
This is what i have (with Pythonista Symbols and Emojis)
Names of restricted Symbols are here:
(also a plist file)