• omz

    Swipe-to-delete should work, but you can also tap the Edit button, select the file(s) you want to delete, then tap Delete (in the bottom toolbar).

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  • omz

    In principle, it would be possible for one app to include multiple widgets – Google Maps does this, for example, there's one widget for nearby public transit and one for travel times.

    Pythonista only includes one widget, and I think I'll keep it this way for now, until I see whether Pythonista's Today widget gets through review at all – I think that including multiple (identical) widgets might cause problems in app review (though I'm not sure if it would actually violate any rules). It just seems slightly weird to include the same thing twice, and having multiple widget would require multiple widget binaries (though the widget isn't very large in terms of required storage).

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  • omz

    @cvp Using PHAsset would be pretty much the same as using the photos module (it's basically a wrapper around PHAsset and related ObjC classes). You couldn't access iCloud photos from a different account than the one you're signed in with (in the Photos app) that way.

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  • omz

    I think you may have better luck getting a good answer on a site like electronics.stackexchange.com (there may be better ones, I'm just not very familiar enough with electrical engineering to recommend something).

    This doesn't look like it has anything to do with Pythonista or Editorial.

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  • omz

    @donnieh Thank you, I found the bug now.

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  • omz

    Have you tried running this with the 2.7 interpreter?

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  • omz

    @donnieh In case this is a bug in Pythonista's built-in unzip functionality, can you perhaps share the Zip file you're trying to import, so that I can reproduce the issue? Thanks!

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  • omz

    I can't say much about the error, but wouldn't it perhaps be easier to use the built-in photos module instead?

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  • omz

    Yes, Pythonista documents should be part of a standard iCloud/iTunes backup.

    If this does become a problem, there would be ways to turn this off using objc_util, but I'd have to look up the details.

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