• kuba_wyrostek

    I am experiencing the same issue, but in my case this was a very first attempt to link with Dropbox.

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  • kuba_wyrostek

    OK, I've been given special permission to use Dropbox solely for task management. But when I try to link with Dropbox, all I see is a blank page. What is wrong with this app?

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  • kuba_wyrostek

    Yes, I checked "more" actions of course.

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  • kuba_wyrostek

    Yes, the Files app still have "share" option, but Editorial does not appear as a share target neither for .md nor .taskpaper extensions. The same is for every other app (i.e. abovementioned Mail). Also when I try to export file from within the Editorial ("share" -> save to Files) I am getting "Text File.txt" (??) instead of original filename.

    I am not allowed to use Dropbox at my work, so for me Editorial is useless until open to proper import/export of files. :(

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  • kuba_wyrostek

    If that is the case, then I owe an apology to the author. I wouldn't have thought to blame iOS 11, since beta has been available for a while, so somebody should've experienced the same. And it wasn't one device problem (same is on my iPad and iPhone). Eventually I hope for the issue to be fixed soon, whichever side it is on (iOS or the app).

    Regards,
    Kuba

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  • kuba_wyrostek

    It may be considered clear that Dropbox is primary way to store files, but it is not clear, that - despite being advertised as Markdown and Taskpaper files editor - it doesn't even register itself as *.md and *.taskpaper files handler. Which makes the app effectively unable to import such files from any other app, i.e. Mail. Which actually makes Dropbox not primary but only storage available. And this for me is substandard considering any modern, paid iOS app.

    Since author seems happy with how things are, I guess I'll take the refund then, thanks.

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  • kuba_wyrostek

    I understand that integrating with iOS 11 Files is hard, but this app cannot even be used to open .md nor .taskpaper files sent by e-mail! Not to mention opening files directly shared by other apps. Am I just understanding something wrong, or is Dropbox ONLY alternative to store files locally within the app? How am I supposed to work on the same file both on my computer and iPad if I don't want to use Dropbox? Why do I feel like we are in iOS 7 or something?

    Now seriously, should I expect app to include these very basic features in not so distant future, or simply go for refund?

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