It seems to me that the only sounds that can be used are the ones that come with the app. Is this true? Or is there something I'm overlooking? Same thing with fonts, can new ones be added?
I have noticed a similar bug, albeit not quite the same. When the line starts with a tab (or space) and it extends beyond the screen, instead of the code appearing on the next line it just "disappears". If the line doesn't start with a tab, however, the next line feature works fine.
I think this is a problem with iOS 7 as I did not see this problem on iOS 6. I should point out I'm using the iPad2.
Howdy all! I'm working on getting used to the photos module, which is fairly simple. However, I have one small difficulty: how to use the photos in the scene module.
The basic function of the hypothetical program is it takes a picture and then starts a scene. In this scene is a layer (we'll call it [self.layer]). I want to then do [self.layer.image = picture], where [picture] is the photo I just created. Only problem is that [capture_image()] returns no string value.
I realize that photos use the PIL, something I know next to nothing (okay, perhaps nothing) about. Is there a way to name the picture?
You remade the forums just for me to come back? :P
It looks very nice and I sure hope the spammers stay away. Granted, shiny trinkets attracts thieves.
Well, got to go back to recreating all my programs. Sort of failed when I backed them up...
P.S. I really like the switch to markdown. Keeps things "fluid", so to speak.
I use a bluetooth keyboard (not a fan of touch-boards) to type on my iPad and I was wondering if I can use the keyboard as an input for Pythonista. For example, if I were to create a program that had a guy walking, I could press the left arrow to change his direction or the spacebar to jump (etc.).
I've read through the entire forum (at least the titles of the posts) and haven't found anything that 100% answers my question. It seems that it can't be done (I saw one article about the touch-board and a few posts mentioning bluetooth keyboards), but agian I'm not certain. Thanks for the help in advance,
To paraphrase a tutorial I once read, the parens of the print statement are not needed, but help prevent the print statement from getting confused.