• dgm

    @Phuket2, I agree that the ui rocks! I was just saying that what I provided was not up to par.. The ListView was hanging down past the bottom of the screen, but at least the text scrolled into view. And now creating an awesome ui seems to be what I'd like to do next. I have been playing around with it , and I just see so many possibilities and don't know which way to go. My first setback is whether or not I want to use the editor or just code it all in.

    Using the editor: I have achieved different results (with the same flex settings) based on placing things directly on the view, and placing things in a full subview of the view.. Still trying to figure that all out but making progress. It will at least help me know whats going on if I decide to just code it all in again.

    Also, Pickdate is looking good!

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  • dgm

    Inspired by @Phuket2, I wanted to get a TableView working (there is probably some lines of his code that can be found in here). This is not perfect, but hopefully it will help someone. The UI sucks, tackling UI may be my next project. It was made on my iPhone6P, so Idk if it will work correctly or not on a different display.

    When an item is added, then selected, it will return results of something (I don't know what, exactly. I was expecting an index out of range on that). Also, does anyone know why the very last cell (or 2 or 3..) does not like to stay in view when selected - when paging is enabled but a little out of balance?

    import ui, console, random, objc_util
    myData1 = [ui.View, ui.Button, ui.ButtonItem, ui.ImageView, ui.Label, ui.NavigationView, ui.ScrollView, ui.SegmentedControl,
               ui.Slider, ui.Switch, ui.TableView, ui.TextField, ui.TextView,ui.WebView, ui.DatePicker, ui.ActivityIndicator,
               ui.TableViewCell, ui.ListDataSource, console, objc_util]
    class MyTableDataSource(ui.ListDataSource):
        def __init__(self, data):
            self.data = data
        def tableview_number_of_sections(self, tableview):
            return 1
        def tableview_number_of_rows(self, tableview, section):
            return len(self.data)
        def tableview_cell_for_row(self, tableview, section, row):
            return self.cell(row)
        def cell(self, row):
            selected_cell = ui.View()
            selected_cell.bg_color = "magenta"
            for x in self.data:
                cell = ui.TableViewCell()
                cell.bg_color = CELL_COLOR
                cell.selected_background_view = selected_cell
                cell.text_label.text = str(self.data[row])
                return cell
        def tableview_can_delete(self, tableview, section, row):
            #with paging_enabled, deleting (and/or selecting and viewing) the last row becomes a problem.
            #Hack_fix: only allow deleting while editing is enabled (and while editing is enabled, paging is disabled)
            #allowing selection/deletion/viewing of the last row(s)
            if not tableview.editing:
                return False
            return True
        def tableview_delete(self,tableview, section,row):
        def tableview_can_move(self,tableview, section,row):
            return True
        def tableview_move_row(self,tableview, from_section, from_row, to_section, to_row):
            x = self.data[from_row]
            self.data.insert(to_row, x)
    class MyTableViewDelegate (object):
        def tableview_did_select(self, tableview, row):
            if tv.name == 'attr_tv':
                def attrs(row):
                    a = myData1[row]
                a,d,l = attrs(row)
                s = str(a)
                s += '\n\n'.join(x for x in d) + '\n\n'
                s += '(' +''.join(str(l)) + ' attrs)'
                av.text = s
        def tableview_did_deselect(self, tableview, row):
        def tableview_title_for_delete_button(self, tableview, row):
            return 'Remove from List'
    class MyView(ui.View):
        def __init__(self, ** kwargs):
            self.h = ui.View(frame = (0, 0, self.width, self.height))
            self.h.flex = 'lrwh'
            self.h.x,self.h.y = 0,0
    class ButtonHandler(object):
        def edit_button_tapped(self, sender):
            def Animation():
                #tv.alpha = .8 if tv.alpha == 1.0 else 1.0
                tv.paging_enabled = False if tv.paging_enabled == True else True
                rb.tint_color = LBC2 if rb.tint_color == LBC else LBC
                rb.title = 'Done' if rb.title == 'Edit' else 'Edit'
                #eb.alpha = .9 if eb.alpha == 1.0 else 1.0
                #eb.bg_color = '#90ee90' if eb.bg_color == GRAY else GRAY
                #eb.tint_color = LBC2 if eb.tint_color == LBC else LBC
                #eb.title = 'Done' if eb.title == 'Edit' else 'Edit'
                tv.editing = not tv.editing
            tvAnim = ui.animate(Animation, duration=0.5)
        def add_button_tapped(self, sender):
            def add_item():
                input = console.input_alert('Add Item','Enter text for Item','My New Item','Submit')
            def Animation():
                lb.title = 'Add Item'
            tvAnim = ui.animate(Animation, duration=0.5)
    CELL_COLOR = (.47, 1.0, .51, 1.)
    WHITE = (1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0)
    RED = (1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0)
    GRAY = (0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 1.0)
    LBC = (1.0, .52, .0, 1.0)
    LBC2 = (.39, 1.0, .27, 1.0)
    handler = ButtonHandler()
    w = ui.get_screen_size()[0]
    h = ui.get_screen_size()[1]
    f = (0, 0, w, h)
    mv = MyView(frame=f, bg_color=WHITE, name='Attr Table')
    #eb = ui.Button()
    #eb.title = "Edit"
    #eb.tint_color = LBC
    #eb.enabled = True
    #eb.frame = (180, 300, 52, 32)
    #eb.border_width = 1
    #eb.border_color = (.0, .0, .0, 1.0)
    #eb.corner_radius = 5
    #eb.bg_color = GRAY
    #eb.action = handler.button_tapped
    rb = ui.ButtonItem()
    rb.tint_color = LBC
    rb.title = "Edit"
    rb.enabled = True
    rb.action = handler.edit_button_tapped
    lb = ui.ButtonItem()
    lb.tint_color = LBC
    lb.title = 'Add Item'
    lb.enabled = True
    lb.action = handler.add_button_tapped
    tv = ui.TableView() 
    tv.name = 'attr_tv'
    tv.data_source = MyTableDataSource(myData1)
    #tv.content_size = ( , )
    #tv.autoresizing = 
    #tv.center = (a,b,c,d
    #tv.content_inset = (a,b,c,d)
    #tv.content_mode = 
    #tv.content_offset = (a,b)
    #tv.content_size = (a,b)
    #tv.decelerating =  #not writable
    #tv.directional_lock_enabled = 
    #tv.indicator_style = 
    tv.row_height = tv.frame[3]/6
    tv.corner_radius = 5
    tv.border_width = 1
    tv.border_color = 'magenta'
    tv.bg_color = (.98, 1.0, .43,1.0)
    tv.bounces = True
    tv.paging_enabled = True
    tv.shows_vertical_scroll_indicator = False
    tv.reload_disabled = False
    tv.editing = False
    tv.allows_selection = True
    tv.allows_selection_during_editing = True
    tv.allows_multiple_selection = False
    tv.allows_multiple_selection_during_editing = False
    tv.delegate = MyTableViewDelegate
    sv = ui.ScrollView()
    sv.name = 'scrollview'
    sv.flex = 'lrwhb'
    sv.frame = (0,300,w,h)
    sv.corner_radius = 5
    sv.border_width = 1
    sv.border_color = 'purple'
    sv.bg_color = '#ff44a6'
    sv.shows_horizontal_scroll_indicator = False
    sv.shows_vertical_scroll_indicator = False
    av = ui.TextView()
    av.name = 'textview'
    av.flex = 'lrwtbh'
    av.frame = (0,0,w,440)
    av.corner_radius = 5
    av.border_width = 1
    av.border_color = '#ff0000'
    av.bg_color = '#b3fff5'
    av.shows_horizontal_scroll_indicator = False
    av.shows_vertical_scroll_indicator = True
    av.text = 'Select an Attr'
    av.font = 'Arial Rounded MT Bold', 20
    mv.left_button_items = [lb]
    mv.right_button_items= [rb]

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  • dgm

    @Phuket2, Thank you! I have been looking at a few of your examples and I really appreciate your contributions!

    This example made me want to be able to get all the attributes of specific ui elements, so I put something together real quick based off of your code..

    import ui, pprint
    items = [
        ui.View, ui.Button, ui.ButtonItem, ui.ImageView, ui.Label, ui.NavigationView, ui.ScrollView, ui.SegmentedControl, ui.Slider, ui.Switch, ui.TableView, ui.TextField, ui.TextView,
        ui.WebView, ui.DatePicker, ui.ActivityIndicator, ui.TableViewCell
    def show():
        iitems = enumerate(items)
        for x in iitems:
    def all():
        for a in items:
    def one(i):
        a = items[i]
    pp = pprint.PrettyPrinter(indent=3, width=46)
    ins='show() displays the ui elements,\nall() prints all attrs of all ui elements,\none(i) prints attrs of element i where i is the elem number (as shown by show())'

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  • dgm

    I couldn't read it while typing but I see now there isn't an = in the second one. Oops.

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  • dgm

    I would like to try and help if I can. I'm not quite sure exactly what your trying to do..

    Are you using a child of button such that the button has a button.msg attribute?

    When you declare btn.msg = func(),
    Then declare btn.msg = msg,
    I believe it acts as if button.msg = func() never happened.. The second reference replaces the first.

    I may be wrong but I will try playing around to see what I can come up with.

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  • dgm

    @Cethric thanks for the clarification.

    The uipacked files can be found Here. This is my first time using github, so I hope I did it right.

    Edit: I took down the packed files as per @Cethric 's advice. The original files can now be found in the same place.

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  • dgm

    Thank you! The PackUI script is perfect! I will mess around with reading, printing, and copying later.

    Is it ok for me to post the results here if anyone wants to check it out? They seem kind of long.

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  • dgm

    Hello everyone,

    I downloaded pythonista a couple weeks ago and created a forum account a few days ago, but this is my first post. I wanted to first mention that I also downloaded editorial (although I'm not sure if I will use it much), in support of pythonista. I would really like to thank omz for the time and support of pythonista.

    I know its just a few days shy (hopefully) of 2.0, but here is my first question..

    How would I go about sharing code that uses pyui files? I created a basic image editing app that I would like to share, and if it was pure python, copy and paste would be easy. I do not know how someone would get my pyui file(s) into their device (without publishing to app store). Is it possible?

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