• mikael

    @Yolo_gamer, according to this you would need a plist entitlement to play with NFC, and Pythonista is unlikely to have it.

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  • mikael

    @DavinE, from some hints online I gather that the underlining might be connected to user having activated ”Button Shapes” in accessibility settings.

    No clue what that might be in German, but at least I have the setting under Accessibility > Display and text size (4th option) > Button Shapes (3rd option).

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  • mikael

    @TheEyedol, you can, but it is not just something you configure.

    Search the internet for ”black mamba pythonista” to find an implementation of enhanced editing, targeting an iPad and an external keyboard.

    It is sadly unmaintained, but can give you a really good starting point.

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  • mikael

    @DavinE, oh yes, you can alternatively replace the closing gesture with your own ”secret gesture”, for example a 5-finger tap:

    from ui3.gestures import tap
    
    tap(view, 'close', number_of_touches_required=5)
    

    Not very convenient, but maybe handy if your regular closing option is borked.

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  • mikael

    @shinyformica, I would not base any critical development plans on it being included in the app, given that it joins a rather long queue of serious updates.

    Would you be willing to share on a high level what it was you built? Just curious.

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  • mikael

    @DavinE, yes. First pip install ui3. Then from ui3.gestures import disable_swipe_to_close.

    The function expects the root view, so in terms of your code here, you could add this to the end:

    disable_swipe_to_close(s.superview)

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  • mikael

    @DavinE, no way to really know without looking at the code, sorry.

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  • mikael

    @JonB, @DavinE, policy = 2 is correct, but:

    ”In any project that uses biometrics, include the NSFaceIDUsageDescription key in your app’s Info.plist file. Without this key, the system won’t allow your app to use Face ID.”

    Not at all sure Pythonista has it.

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  • mikael

    @shinyformica, long time no see.

    Never done anything or even heard about ZeroMQ, really.

    ... but Google gave me this, old and not maintained, but maybe you can fork it and make it better?

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