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    I am intersted in using the Structure Sensor SDK (depth range sensor by Occipital) in Pythonista. Alas, it appears that Frameworks other than those in the iOS /System/... path won't load, presumably because of sandboxing / signature issues.

    Am I right here? I seem to remember someone trying to use OpenCV a while back faced similar issues so I was just wondering if there was any interesting workarounds, skullduggery, etc. that might make this possible.

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    Beautiful- Thanks for the pointers to that stuff! (Sadly, I can't quite get good 'search' results using the in-forum search, easier/better to Google externally... heh)

    I'm using the AppStore version. I suppose I should ask to be put on the beta to try this out.

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    Curious as to how configurable the editor is. I'm using an iPad Pro + the apple smart keyboard and would love to make various emacs-y things work correctly. This begs two questions:

    1. Is there a 'cheat sheet' around for the current editor keyboard configuration? Some of the 'smart' keyboard features (like the = -> != for example) don't seem to work when I have the Smart Keyboard attached, so it would be nice to know what does what etc.

    2. It appears that the editor is, itself, python. Are there configuration options somewhere?

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    Yes- I was wondering about that. The share sheet can handle multiple items, but the directory thing seems potentially weird. I'll try zipping it all up.

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    I have an application that generates a 'Data' folder with experimental output. At some point I figure I should write an uploader to stash these files on Dropbox / OneDrive / GoogleDrive / Wolfram Data Drop (preferred...)

    For the time being, my program creates this folder and I'd like to just be able to upload the whole thing using the 'Edit' menu in the file browser. Alas- this doesn't seem to work, regardless of the service.

    To replicate-
    Data folder containing various computed images.
    Select folder in 'Edit' mode of file browser.
    Select either Dropbpx, OneDrive or Google Drive in the 'Send To' menu.

    After confirming whatever dialog is presented, I receive an 'Uploading' progress dialog, but nothing is ever uploaded.

    Regressing- I can select the files manually, within the Data folder, and the 'Send To' will properly ship them to their destination. However, since I've got hundreds or even thousands of files in this folder, it will really be a PITA to do it manually.

    Thoughts? Is this a bug?

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