• donnieh

    Adding @ui.in_background before the method(s) fixed it!

    I used @ui.in_background before but I was threw off by it working, then not working out of nowhere.

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  • donnieh

    Does it on iPhone 6S and 7 too. Definitely iOS related. Dialogs is definitely broke, but not sure why it works for some people.

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  • donnieh

    @omz Fair enough. Here is my exact code...

    class Home_page:
        def __init__(self):
            pass
            
        def Info_tap(self, sender=None):
            dialogs.alert('Opamp Pro v1.0', '\nA circuit rich design calculator for iOS.\n\nDonnie Herman, 2016-2017 \nWestern NY','OK', hide_cancel_button=True)```
    
    If you send me an email, I will reply with entire source code. (I don’t want to post all my code here)

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  • donnieh

    For example, this will freeze up...

    dialogs.alert('hello world', 'test', 'Ok', hide_cancel_button=True)
    

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  • donnieh

    I do not believe this is related to iPhone X, but iOS 11. I have an iPhone 6 Plus. Once I updated to iOS11, dialogs.alert() broke (and other related dialogs). I know this because I updated to iOS 11 in the middle of this code development and noticed it immediately.

    You can have a simple message alert with an Ok button. Once the message comes up, I have to force quit Pythonista because the Ok button is not "clickable". It doesn't even highlight when touched. So it appears the app freezes, but not sure.

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  • donnieh

    In Xcode, if I begin a new Obj-C project I usually can find a "memory warning" method that gets called if needed, so I can dump resources.

    Is there a way to monitor low memory with Pythonista? Maybe with objc_util?

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  • donnieh

    @mikael Yeah, because the label background matches the view background. Not always useful when the background color and and label background are different colors.

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  • donnieh

    If you make the label border black and the label background white, it does what you ask...

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  • donnieh

    Ok, great. Thank you for your time!

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