• jaalburquerque

    Thank you for the information. I am working with HTML and I may need to reduce it to plain text for easy searching and processing later. The information is useful if I should need to reduce the HTML to plain text. Thanks again.

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  • jaalburquerque

    Yes, that helps. Thanks so much.

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  • jaalburquerque

    Hello everyone. I have some html in a string that I would like to display (rendered, not as plain text). Would someone know a quick and easy way to do this using Pythonista? I would really appreciate it. Thanks so much.

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  • jaalburquerque

    Thanks for taking the time to answer the question that I had. Thanks for the information. Have a good day.

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  • jaalburquerque

    Hello. I was able to write a preliminary version of the script to play the audio files. The script is designed to play audio files contained in a directory in the file system. It assumes that all of the files in the specified directory are audio files. It uses the “FolderPicker” class mentioned in the other topic that I opened asking how to allow the user to select a directory in the file system [1]. I am attaching the script below. The script plays the audio files fine when I run it in the Pythonista app, but when I minimize the app, the audio stops playing. I would like the audio to continue playing even if the app is minimized and I use other apps. Would anyone know if this is possible?

    [1] https://forum.omz-software.com/topic/7506/allowing-the-user-to-select-a-directory-from-the-file-system

    Note: I edited the original post to move the [1] reference directly below the paragraph that references it. Also, I added a change to the script to make it runnable using a pythonista URL scheme, for example “pythonista://PlayAudioDirectory?action=run&argv=audio_directory

    PlayAudioDirectory.py:

    import sys
    import re
    import dialogs
    import FolderPicker
    from pathlib import Path
    import sound
    import time
    
    IPHONE_VOLUME_PATH = '/private/var/mobile/Containers/Shared/AppGroup/193D444B-2870-447A-A797-33D935C572B3/File Provider Storage'
    ICLOUD_VOLUME_PATH = '/private/var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/com~apple~CloudDocs'
    
    audioDirectory = None
    
    if len(sys.argv) > 1:
      audioDirectory = sys.argv[1]
      audioDirectory = re.sub(r'^On My iPhone', IPHONE_VOLUME_PATH, audioDirectory)
      audioDirectory = re.sub(r'^iCloud Drive', ICLOUD_VOLUME_PATH, audioDirectory)
    else:
      volume = None
    
      volumerChoice = dialogs.list_dialog('Select location of directory', ['This iPhone', 'iCloud'])
      if volumerChoice == 'This iPhone':
        volume = IPHONE_VOLUME_PATH
      elif volumerChoice == 'iCloud':
        volume = ICLOUD_VOLUME_PATH
        
      if volume != None:
        audioDirectory = FolderPicker.folder_picker_dialog('Please select the audio folder', root_dir = volume)
    
    if audioDirectory != None:
      audioPath = Path(audioDirectory)
      for child in sorted(audioPath.iterdir()):
        audioFilename = str(child.resolve())
        player = sound.Player(audioFilename)
        duration = player.duration
        player.play()
        time.sleep(duration)
    

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  • jaalburquerque

    Okay. It is very clear. Thanks again.

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  • jaalburquerque

    Okay. I will try that. Thanks so much.

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  • jaalburquerque

    Thanks. And would you be able to tell me how I might use the “FolderPicker” script in my own script to open a directory either “On My iPhone” or on the iCloud Drive?

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  • jaalburquerque

    Would any of you know if it is possible to open a folder that is contained in the iPhone file system (“On My iPhone”) or in the iCloud Drive to play the audio files in that folder? The audio files are located in directories in both these locations.

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  • jaalburquerque

    Thanks again for your help. Have a good day again.

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