• Dormane

    I have a iPhone 6+ and the font even at its smallest is overly large for my screen, I could see and edit much smaller fonts easily considering how big my phone is. Unfortunately the setting wont allow me to lower the font size, yet I remember reading somewhere that's its possible to change pythonistas default UI with scripts. Is their a script to permanently(or temporarily) change the default font size for working within the script editor? If their is can you please post it? If not thanks anyways.

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  • Dormane

    The gear is settings, and settings wont allow me to lower the font size as I said earlier.

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  • Dormane

    thanks

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  • Dormane

    Ok, this is a fairly dumb question, and I am new to webpage development, but it is easy enough to use HTML with Bottle, such as in...

    from bottle import route, run
    @route('/hello')
    def hello():
    return """<P>Hello World!</P>""" #Not an entire HTML form, but still valid 
    
    run(host='localhost', port=8080, debug=True)
    

    But will embedding the javascript into the HTML actually work? I don't think its a completely foolish question as javascript is interpreted along with the HTML by the browser.

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  • Dormane

    I'm new to both python and pythonista and I'm wondering how long a script will run before it shuts down? Will a script shut down even when actively being used or only when run in the background.

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  • Dormane

    Thanks!

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