• derickfay

    Writing to upvote this as well. This would be vastly better than needing to sync with a single Dropbox folder.

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  • derickfay

    Please, could we set a different font, or at least font color, for notes in Taskpaper files? The light grey can be hard to read with long notes.

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  • derickfay

    +1 please!

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  • derickfay

    I have created a new template which includes a Request Text Input action. Sometimes it works, but other times the template hangs - no new document is created, and if I try again, I get an error message that I can't use a template while a workflow is running. My only option then is to quit and restart the app. Removing the Request Text Input action gets rid of the hanging ... But then I can't input needed parameters.

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  • derickfay

    Hi
    Is there any way to pause a workflow and wait for the latest version of a file to come in from dropbox? I have a workflow called from Drafts, so the file it operates on isn't necessarily open in advance. Frequently what happens is that the action runs, calls the workflow, Editorial loads the locally cached version, the worklow makes the edits as expected, THEN the latest version gets loaded from dropbox, wiping out the changes.
    Thanks
    Derick

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  • derickfay

    Thanks...that's exactly what I need.

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  • derickfay

    @Jozh I tried that but with that much delay and extra clicks I might as well just open editorial directly, open the file, move the cursor and paste. I'd just like a way to have a workflow do the refresh rather than need to do it manually.

    @ccc I've been reluctant to take the time to investigate the dropbox api as it seems like overkill when all I need is to sync a single file.

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  • derickfay

    Still would love this in 1.2.1 ... this is the biggest frustration I find in using Editorial.

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  • derickfay

    Is there any chance of / interest in getting nltk included in Editorial's python libraries in a future release?

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  • derickfay

    Is there a way to create native ios reminders and/or calendar events from pythonista? I didn't see anything in the modules in the docs but maybe I am missing something. (I know I can send a reminder to fantastical via URL scheme, which is how i handle it at the moment, but am looking for a self-enclosed solution). If not, please take this as a suggestion for a future module.
    Thanks

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  • derickfay

    Editorial 1.1 added the ability to specify additional editable file types - perhaps this is coming in Pythonista 1.5?

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  • derickfay

    If I create a worklow that runs the sample code in the docs for the ui module found here: getting started it works as described and expected.

    However, if I change it to the following:

    import ui
    
    def button_tapped(sender):
        sender.title = 'Hello'
    
    view = ui.View()                                      # [1]
    view.name = 'Demo'                                    # [2]
    view.background_color = 'white'                       # [3]
    button = ui.Button()                   # [4]
    button.title='Tap me!'
    button.center = (view.width * 0.5, view.height * 0.5) # [5]
    button.flex = 'LRTB'                                  # [6]
    button.action = button_tapped                         # [7]
    view.add_subview(button)                              # [8]
    view.present('sheet')                                 # [9]
    

    (i.e. Moving the title assignment to a separate line), it doesn't work. The button doesn't appear. Any idea why? I assume that button titles can be changed after the fact b/c the button_tapped function in the original code sample worked.

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  • derickfay

    Excellent - thanks for the help!

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  • derickfay

    This looks great - looking forward to the next release!

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  • derickfay

    I have written a bunch of workflows to use Editorial as a TaskPaper replacement, found here: http://dfay.fastmail.fm/et/ . MacDrifter also just ran a long post on TP resources that included some others.

    Rather than converting TP to Markdown (which would mess up using the TP files in everything else that's built for TP...) as is suggested above, I'd love to see custom syntax highlighting in Editorial. One of my existing Editorial TP workflows allows project navigation as the OP describes, but without the markdown conversion. But what I really miss is the styling by tag that's possible in TP for the Mac. Was this a feature in the TaskPaper mode of Editorial that you mentioned omz?

    Thx again for a really extraordinary app.

    --Derick

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