How to get key pressing in scene module?
cvp last edited by cvp
def pressesBegan_withEvent_(_self, _cmd, presses, Event):
is not refused but not called when I press a key on my Bluetooth keyboard
Gives the same
@JonB do you have your ios device now?
from objc_util import * import ui UIViewController = ObjCClass('UIViewController') # Some callback definitions used by create_objc_class def CustomViewController_pressesBegan_withEvent_(_self, _cmd, _presses, _event): print('pressesBegan_withEvent') presses = ObjCInstance(_presses) # The main class... class MyView(ui.View): def __init__(self): super().__init__(self) self.background_color = 'gray' @on_main_thread def init(self): v = ui.View() v.frame = self.frame tf = ui.TextField() tf.frame = (10, 10, 200, 32) v.add_subview(tf) vo = ObjCInstance(v) #print(vo) #print(dir(vo)) # set up the custom view controller methods = [CustomViewController_pressesBegan_withEvent_] protocols =  CustomViewController = create_objc_class( 'CustomViewController', UIViewController, methods=methods, protocols=protocols) cvc = CustomViewController.alloc().init() cvc.view = vo # internal scheming... self_objc = ObjCInstance(self) self_objc.nextResponder().addChildViewController_(cvc) self_objc.addSubview_(vo) cvc.didMoveToParentViewController_(self_objc) tf.begin_editing() if __name__ == '__main__': v = MyView() v.present('fullscreen') v.init()
JonB last edited by
I was wondering if the issue was lack of focus. Some documentation says the view must be in the responder chain of the focused view. It might be possible to do without the textfield, if we create a custom view that implements canBecomeFocused(), though I'm not sure how to then force it to take focus.
By having a textview, I guess that's taken care of, although I'm a little surprised that the textview doesn't eat the event itself.
@cvp @JonB Again thank you for helping me a lot :D i was a python coder before, and i started learn js, nodejs, html for web development. But after my friend introduced Pythonista to me, i started to code python again, but i was using
pygamemodule before (xD) and i was puzzled when using
scenemodule, but now, it’s not, but ofc questions cannot be avoided, so i asked you @JonB and @cvp you both helped me a lot!
( lastly, i want to tell you that i am 10 years old, i think you are confused and amazed, XD )
i am 10 years old
I'am 70 and at 10, I only was playing with Lego, you're an happy guy to have such tools 😂
i was a python coder before
as you are only 10 years old, when you say "before", do you mean in another life? Reincarnation? 😂
I'm a little surprised that the textview doesn't eat the event itself.
Is an ui.TextField an UIViewController? Because the called method is only for such an object