• ihf

    @cvp when I type a new outline item, and I hit the return, the keyboard disappears. I think it would be better if the keyboard remained so that you could continue typing since you are positioned on the next outline line. Does that make sense?

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  • ihf

    @cvp The menu that permits setting bold, italic, etc. is no longer coming up.

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  • ihf

    @cvp this is not at all urgent but perhaps you could add it to the to do list. I wanted someone else to try out outline and I realized that there are several files that they need to download in order to make it work. Would it be possible to either check for those files and download what is needed in the script or if that doesn’t make sense, perhaps a set up script that they could run once?

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  • ihf

    @cvp thanks. I will certainly continue to use the script. Have a great weekend!

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  • ihf

    @cvp I posted the outline.trace after outline crashed at startup (twice) as an issue on github (in cvpe). This is on the iPhone.

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  • ihf

    @cvp I may have spoken a bit too soon. As you know I use outline on several devices. I just try to use it on my iPhone and when I started the outline (not when I started pythonista), pythonista crashed. I realized that I am running version 0.97 on this iPhone so I just downloaded version 0.99. There is an error regarding the directories outline.
    versions.

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  • ihf

    @cvp I would add that if you were up for an even bigger challenge, converting to Swift, would probably be the best course for the app. Of course, that still begs the question of support for the app (not the platform).

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  • ihf

    @cvp In answer to your first question, I use the app every day! The problems I was having with Pythonista crashing frequently, especially at start up of Outline, have abated. I found that if Pythonista crashed when I started outline, then if I restarted Pythonista and first ran another script, then outline would start without a problem. I don’t understand why this works but it does.
    Your second question is harder to answer. On the one hand having outline run in an environment that is supported (even if that means by an open source community) is an advantage. I only use Pyto occasionally and I have no idea how responsive the open source Community is to maintaining it but at least it is possible. I wish that @omz would either reappear or make his code open source but I am not counting on either happening. It would be a shame if Pythonista stopped working under a future release of iOS but that is a possibility. You have put in a tremendous amount of work to create what I view as an extraordinarily useful app. If you are up for the challenge of moving it to Pyto, I am certainly happy to help test it. In the meantime, rest assured that I’ll continue to use the app and I remain in awe of both your willingness to do this and your skill.

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  • ihf

    @cvp @JonB It was completely repeatable but I then decided to try to run a completely different script which ran fine and then I went back to running outline and it ran. If this happens again, I will try to get some better debugging information.

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  • ihf

    @cvp yes, I have Pyto.
    I just started outline on my iphone ( I was using it on my iPad yesterday). It crashed Pythonista so I followed the steps you listed and it crashed again. I also tried starting it using pythonista3:// but after I start the script Pythonista crashes. What to do?

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