• ltddev

    @omz, thanks, I thought of that workaround as well but wondered if there was anything a little more elegant such as "Open with" to choose the editor to use rather than try to trick it that the .pyui file is either a text file outright or one to be treated as a text file.

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  • ltddev

    I may have forgot but I checked through the forum posts and I don't see an answer to the following: What is the suggested way to view a .pyui file (without changing the default ui editor)as plain text rather than use the ui editor?

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  • ltddev

    @omz forgive my ignorance but where is the bug tracker for STASH?

    I agree this seems to be a bug in STASH and some of the other errors I am seeing here (like issues with git) may be related.

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  • ltddev

    I can reproduce with the following steps:

    1. Run launch_stash.py
    2. Run the command again to create a second instance.
    3. Go back to the first and enter what seems to be any character.

    RESULT: Pythonista crashes.

    If STASH does not support this scenario perhaps it should only allow a single instance?

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  • ltddev

    Actually, I'm having some trouble reproducing this. I have to go back and see the exact steps I took when I was able to crash the app but I can create multiple STASH instances and have no problem switching between instances. I definitely was able to crash the app multiple times with two STASH instances.

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  • ltddev

    I don't recall this to be a problem before but when I run Launch STASH a second time to have a second STASH instance, when i go back to the first STASH instance andI run a command such as "ls" Pythonista crashes.

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  • ltddev

    Using the ui editor, is there a way to add a separator line such as you see on many settings pages in iOS (including, I believe, Pythonista's own settings page) ? I am creating a custom view which contains a number of settings with check boxes and toggle switches and other controls. I would like to add a separator line between various settings to break the ui into meaningful groups. As a hack I am using a label whose text attribute is a continuous underline character.

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  • ltddev

    @ccc , no I was not in any of the beta programs. I found the update worked from the updates page, although from the app's own page when an update is available the button changes from "open" to "update". I was not seeing that from the app's page itself. My only option was "open" and when I opened and went to the settings dialog in Pythonista 3 it clearly said 3.0 and not 3.1 (which it did display after updating from the updates page). Now I have the widget!

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  • ltddev

    i see that Pythonista in the App Store is at 3.1 and my version is 3 yet the App Store only shows "Open" but no option to "update", which is strange since all my other apps show "update" when these apps have an update. Is there a setting in Pythonista 3 or some way to force an update since it is clearly 3.1 and I have 3.0?

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  • ltddev

    @davidferaam, what do you mean it was in the "latest" version of Pytrhonista 3? I have the App Store version of Pythonista 3 which I believe is the latest version of Pythonista 3 and I don't have the widget(s).

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