thanks but sounds like too much trouble(the beta stuff)...this should just be an option...doesn't seem like a big deal...the secondary keyboard could just be hidden like the large one.
if you look at the comments from last year omz said it was a popular request, but he/she didn't have time to add it.
that was a year ago...believe me, i have been very patient.
it seems like common sense that with such a small screen like the ipad you'd want to optimize the space and get rid of redundant gui elements that are useless for bluetooth keyboad users. i'm curious to know what percent of users have external keyboards...i'll bet 100% of them would be happy to see that ui real estate hog go away.
btw, thanks for your replies JonB.
Almost a year now....still waiting.
Can you PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE fix this soon?
I'm guessing that people who use a bluetooth keyboard DO NOT NEED these two extra rows of buttons stuck at the bottom of the screen. They are simply IN THE WAY...
When users hide the regular onscreen GUI keyboard, why can't these go away too?
The whole point of using a bluetooth keyboard is to not touch the screen and to get the use of the FULL SCREEN.
Does nobody else think this is an eyesore? Sorry but this is driving me nuts.
Sorry to nag...but will this EVER EVER be fixed?
This is almost a year ago...and still waiting.
With a bluetooth keyboard, those two onscreen extra rows of buttons are simply IN THE WAY...
I would like to use the WHOLE screen.
Is this something that is hard to fix?
siddbudd gets a vote for both features...in general...keeping fingers off the screen, for people so inclined. barriers free design all the way... in this case for all the haphephobic coders out there!
yes, thats a real phobia..
no, i don't suffer from it!
yes, thank you.
considering that onscreen keyboard is probably not so useful for users with a bluetooth keyboard.
would be great to have the option to get it out of there... to open up that space.
especially when using a darker theme, its pretty distracting.
i'm curious, anyone know what % of Pythonista users use a bluetooth keyboard?
is there any plan to include a Vim like functionality into Pythonista?
this is a very common thing in desktop IDE.
for example, on Visual Studio i is setup so that i can switch to a Vim interaction mode....for example using HJKL to move the prompt around, etc.
this would be an AWESOME feature and i'm sure you'd get a lot of non-ios programmers interested...plus, new users could dive into it as well...to (eventually) greatly increase their productivity.