• omz

    @komanguy Hi, this is relatively easy to fix: Just import any photo to Pythonista using the "New File" -> "Import from Photo Library" feature. Agree to the permission dialog, and afterwards, you should be able to save images from the console to the camera roll. Sorry about the inconvenience, this will be fixed in the next update quite soon.

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  • omz

    @alice-106667 The in-app split mode is currently only available in full-screen.

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  • omz

    I’ll have a look at this once I have the new hardware. It’ll probably go away automatically anyway, when I build with the new SDK, but I’ll check. Thanks for the bug report!

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  • omz

    You could try something like ui.Point(150, 200).

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  • omz

    @ckim0717 I‘ll look into it, probably.

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  • omz

    I don't expect any major issues (haven't had the chance to test on the actual hardware yet), but it will run in "compatibility mode" until the next update (which shouldn't be very long now).

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  • omz

    I see, it seems to be a problem in landscape only. Quite honestly, I use my iPad more in portrait mode than in landscape, and I hardly ever use the slide-over multitasking mode, so this is probably something I haven't tested very well.

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  • omz

    You can tap the "split view" button in the console. (Note: This is only supported on iPad.)

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  • omz

    @RomSpy Yes, that's something I'd really like to do soon, and I've already done some of the work required, but it's still kind of a mess.

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  • omz

    @stepper That's interesting, though I've found a better solution recently: You can add something like #import pythonista as the first line, and it'll be recognized as Objective-C source code (which isn't directly executable, so it doesn't cause issues with code signing).

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