• elsatch

    Thanks @omz for your reply.

    Finally I was able to recover files using your method. I'm not sure it's the best solution but at least it worked.

    I still have doubts about using Editorial or Drafts when I am traveling, but I wanted to update on this important issue.

    Thanks again and keep on with your good work!

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  • elsatch

    Thanks @Webmaster4o. I agree that using local files seems like a safer solution, but in the end getting used to it will provoke, for sure, that my files are not synced whenever I'm away from my iPad :)

    Let's hope @omz can reproduce and fix it!

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  • elsatch

    Hi everyone,

    I'd like to share my deep concern with a bug that has stroke me twice. It's such an insidious bug I was almost tempted to crash iPad through the window and never look back. That kind of bug.

    Scenario: You get into a plane. Launch Editorial and write non-stop for the whole flight. Your mind is flowing and Editorial sits in front of you, unobtrusively recording your train of thought.

    Plane lands. Time to send what you wrote via email. You put your phone as access point. You go back to home screen on iPad and click Settings to connect to your recently created Wi-fi network. You connect.

    Now you go back to home screen and click on Editorial icon. App opens. You see your file contents, then it clears the screen waiting you to create a new file. Dropbox sync starts and finishes.

    File content is forever gone. Zero Kb file. Gone. Done. KO. As file is synced it keeps the file but file contents is gone. No way to recover, no way to go back.

    If you are writing offline then switch online you could lose all your work. How is that even possible? It makes me lose all hope on trendy editor that do not get the basics right. Never ever allow users to lose all their written words in this way.

    Anyone else stuck by this problem?

    Best,
    César

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  • elsatch

    Hi everyone,

    First post here! I'm loving Editorial approach and I'm trying to make the most of it.

    I've text expander installed in my device and configured Editorial to use them. Snippets are imported properly and I can watch suggestions without problems.

    I've realized native snippets and TE snippets work in a different way and I'm not sure if it is the only way. Native snippets expand automatically: as soon as I end up writing the characters text is replaced. With text expander I can see suggestions but it doesn't auto expand. I have tried using space, enter or tab to get text replaced. So far the only think that has worked has been tapping on the suggestion on the screen but this breaks typing lots.

    Is there any key shortcut or setting I'm missing?

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  • elsatch

    Hi,

    I've been using org-mode for years and I'd really love to see it implemented into Editorial. It could be similar to TaskPaper mode folding around different character set.

    Big plus 1 to see it in the future!

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