• Rakhir

    I’m using Pythonista 3.3 test drive on an iPad Pro 2018 with the Apple keyboard. For the most part it works well, but I cannot seem to edit a previous entry and insert a new line. For example, if I had already entered:

    def f(x):
    return x**2

    and I wanted to edit it to be:

    def f(x):
    x += 1 # <<< This is the line I want to insert
    return x**2

    I can’t seem to figure out how to do it. I have tried “return”, “command+return”, “shift+return”, “control+return” and probably others, but nothing seems to work. Am I missing something? The obvious workaround is multi-statement lines, but that isn’t very elegant (or PEP-8ish).

    Also, while you are still working on this next release, would you consider swapping the up/down arrows on the keyboard to line navigation and the command+up/down to scrolling through previous edits? For me, at least, the current mapping is confusing and I frequently end up losing an edit by accidentally trying to navigate up or down.


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