• mikael

    @cvp, home screen shortcuts launch twice under iOS 13 also with the App Store version.

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  • mikael

    @cvp, ok, your second link points to this being an 13.1 bug on iPad. Lucky you found a work-around.

    For future reference, the viewport thing that the other link pointed at is what the disable_zoom method sets. And disable_font_resizing sets our font-resizing css to none.

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  • mikael

    @cvp, I am on the App Store version of Pythonista, on iOS 13.1.3 on iPhone X.

    I have not changed any of the experimental feature switches (which really should not change WKWebView behaviour anyway?).

    Maybe if someone else with some other configuration could give the little snippet above a try?

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  • mikael

    @cvp, interesting. See my results below for Safari, Pythonista at 100% and Pythonista at 200%.

    Safari
    100%
    200%

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  • mikael

    @image-tech-nick, also, for usability and depending on your use case, you could consider using ui.KEYBOARD_NUMBERS which has the enter key, and then have a delegate with textfield_did_end_editing method to do the jump to the next text field.

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  • mikael

    @image-tech-nick, just to be sure, did you consider using one of the iOS keyboard types like ui.KEYBOARD_DECIMAL_PAD? (Set with TextField.keyboard_type.)

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  • mikael

    @cvp, your code works for me for an arbitrary test page. (See exact code below, just to be sure. I tried some other random sites as well.)

    add_style works by placing a style tag at the end of the document head. Is your specific page doing something to stop this from having effect?

    import wkwebview
    
    v = wkwebview.WKWebView()
    v.present()
    v.load_url('http://omz-software.com/pythonista/')
    v.add_style('body { -webkit-text-size-adjust: 200%; }') 
    

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  • mikael

    @instinctive, after an email exchange with Anders Borum, turns out that it is much simpler. In Working Copy, just go to a repo, select the Sharing icon, then Files Sync to create a suitable iCloud directory for syncing.

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  • mikael

    @ss12345, pynput seems to do a lot of OS-specific stuff, so not sure whether you can get it running on iOS. In other words, not sure if iOS is Darwin enough.

    What is the exact trace you are getting? Have you tried just plonking the files from Github into your site-packages?

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  • mikael

    @JonB, thanks, it has been a while since I got to advertise this. :-) @AZOM, if you want to not translate everything to scene and still want nice animations, check out Scripter.

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