• Pythonista's extended keyboard doesn't respect the key click settings (possibly there is no public API for reading that setting - @omz?). It does respect the silent/mute switch, though that will of course also turn off all other "sound effect" type sounds and switches the ringer to vibration only, which might not be what you want.

  • The 2.6 version works for my purposes by changing the CGIHTTPRequestHandler class attributes have_fork, have_popen2 and have_popen3 to False since Pythonista seems to think os has all of those methods but they all raise errors.

  • Does anyone know of a workaround or fix for this problem? motion.get_magnetic_field() fails on both of my iOS devices: iPad mini 9.02, iPhone 5 9.02.

  • @Omega() By the way... cool button one liner! I like it.

  • I was wondering the exact same thing as @Omega0 did two years ago. Since the documentation has not yet been updated it's great to have this forum and that it is easy to search.

  • Perfect, that's exactly what I was looking for, although I ended up implementing it as a one liner:

    image.image = ui.Image.from_data(photos.pick_image(raw_data = True))
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