• mikael

    @dthomson, looks like something related to the split keyboard option on iPadOS. How does that work if you try to use it on purpose?

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  • mikael

    @cvp, what does your Pythonista script do?

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  • mikael

    @struct_engineer, I do not see a link. And sorry, what is ”TASUP”?

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  • mikael

    @cvp, I guess we did not even get that far yet, i.e. timed automations that would work in the background when the device is locked. All my experiments were with an unlocked/in-use phone.

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  • mikael

    @27_T, are you looking for something like the speed of a car or a bike, or the speed of the device moving in your hand?

    For reference, I am getting sensible zero-point-something m/s speed values just sitting in my chair. course stays at -1, of course, since I am not moving.

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  • mikael

    @JonB, I tried this with already-loaded Pythonista and an already-run script that just dropped a line to a file. When run manually, it was immediate to a human, so probaby not a timeout issue.

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  • mikael

    @ihf, I experimented with this and launching both via URL and the Pythonista action. When invoked manually, all fine. Timed actions did not seem to anything, except ask to launch if I had that setting on.

    I saw no error messages.

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  • mikael

    @tnlogy, just to note the probably obvious: the new widgets seem to support SwiftUI only, so no amount of objc_util wizardy is going to help here.

    I am not at all clear if it will ever be feasible for Pythonista to let you run Python code in the new-style widgets.

    At least the old-style widgets still work, even if the size is all wonky.

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  • mikael

    @coltonboyd, thanks for sharing, this is great news. I am (again) tempted to put something to the App Store.

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  • mikael

    @blowhard, if I understand correctly what you are trying to do, open the composer as a modal subcontroller to your ui.View, instead of a main controller:

    vc = SUIViewController.viewControllerForView_(
        your_view.objc_instance)
    vc.presentModalViewController_animated_(mail_composer, True)
    

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