• sammy

    Was there any more information on this? I seem to be running into the same issue on iOS 9. There's no privacy entry for location and the location methods don't seem to be doing anything.

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  • sammy

    When creating a document template is it possible to determine which folder is currently selected in the file browser?

    It's seems like the the create file action has that information according to the docs:

    The file will always be created in the folder that is currently selected in the file browser.

    But is there a general way to get access to that information?

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  • sammy

    Thanks for the info, that's really great to know. I think I'll be able to do what I wanted now :)

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  • sammy

    I want it before the template document is created. I assume that would fall more on the editor to provide the information since it knows which directory I'm currently looking at in the file browser.

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  • sammy

    Just chiming in to say that I would love to have access to the calendar and reminders as a module also :)

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  • sammy

    The speech module seems like a neat addition, but I'm trying to automate a task that uses speech and since it doesn't block (as in it seems to returns immediately), I can't quite seem to get it to do what I want.

    Looking at the iOS documentation it seems like the speech functionality is asynchronous and functions with callbacks, is it possibly to have this type of functionality in Pythonista? If not would it be possible to add a blocking version of the call?

    I'm trying to accomplish something like this:

    1. externally launch my script
    2. script parses data and then summaries everything with speech
    3. open another url when script is complete

    The way it currently works now, it nearly immediately goes to step 3, after 2. I could just put in a fake delay, but I'm not sure how long the text that going to be read is going to be, so it's not a very good solution.

    It's a wonderful app btw, thanks for making it :)

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