• andymitchhank2

    @jfryznke Just tested your idea and, unfortunately, the load page was still visible for a few seconds before the application loaded.

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  • andymitchhank2

    @omz This is probably a question directly for you.

    When running an app built with the Xcode template, the launch screen/image is shown and then a screen similar to the Pythonista console is shown for a few seconds. After that the app starts.

    I assume the console-like screen is loading up Python and all your code, but is there a way to overwrite this screen and possibly continue to show the launch screen/image defined in Xcode (or a custom image of some sort)? This would make the transition from launch screen to app much smoother looking.

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  • andymitchhank2

    Wrote a (real) quick script to sanitize the template. You can find it here.

    For future reference:
    Xcode did not like #! or multiline comments at the beginning of a file.

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  • andymitchhank2

    I am trying to upload a project to iTunes Connect (just setup a developer account and testing creating apps with the template). I'm using the latest template for the beta.

    I am running into the following error when uploading:

    ERROR ITMS-90035: "Invalid Signature. Code object is not signed at all. The binary at path [projectname.app/pylib/future.py] contains an invalid signature...

    The error goes on for a while, but this is the main gist. I am using a valid signing id and all.

    I've found this article on StackOverflow. Number 5 on the first answer seems to be the problem.

    Does anyone have an idea on how to fix this or run into the same problem?

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  • andymitchhank2

    __future__.py did not start with a #!. I did remove those from all other files.

    The file did start with a multi-line string and I noticed that all the files Xcode was complaining about started with multi-line strings for documentation. I stuck a comment before each of the strings and that appears to have fixed this issue for now.

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  • andymitchhank2

    Does anyone know if there is a way to change the location of the "Open In" menu created by console.open_in() or dialogs.share_text() on an iPad? The menu appears in the center of the screen with the arrow pointing up. I would prefer to move it to the top right corner where I have placed the button for the function. I haven't had a chance to test it on an iPhone.

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  • andymitchhank2

    8.1 on an iPad 3 and iPhone 6 Plus. Both are having the same issue.

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  • andymitchhank2

    I uninstalled the beta, installed the current App Store version and ran a simple get location script. It prompted for Location permissions and retrieved my location.

    I then uninstalled the App Store version, installed the beta again and ran the script.

    The script prints out the value of location.get_location(). It is currently printing out None in the beta with no prompt to allow access to Location Services.

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  • andymitchhank2

    The beta doesn't seem to ask for permission to use Location Services when using the location module for the first time.

    I thought it might be for all required permissions, but the Reminders seems to work fine.

    Anyone have any ideas on this?

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