• siddbudd

    A crucial feature of the original and also of the kivy-python implementation of this game is that when you quickly swipe in a direction and then in the opposite direction, then numbers are NOT added both times, only after the second swipe. This allows keeping the largest number in a corner at ALL times. With this strategy and some practice it is easy to reach 4096 or even 8192.

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  • siddbudd

    iPad mini 2:
    50000 passes = 1.04141
    48011.9 pystones/second

    amazing results...

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  • siddbudd

    I love your idea, unfortunately I am too new to Python to be of much help, but I have bookmarked you on github :)

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  • siddbudd

    hi OMZ,

    hearing that you are working on a ui module for both pythonista and editorial makes me quite excited, i am very much looking forward to testing it. I have a question though: if I write apps using your custom modules, can I only use these only on iOS or is there any way to compile them for Windows/Mac/Linux?

    thanks!

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  • siddbudd

    Editorial 1.1 was submitted for review already, including the new UI module, so now it all depends on the Apple moderators. I cannot count how often I checked if the update is out already :D

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  • siddbudd

    "It would really be nice to have a complete GUI package in pythonista...(part of the Scene class)."

    This would not only be "nice", I kind of expected it when buying the app...

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  • siddbudd

    omz, thanks for your comment. Let me be off topic for a second: imho python is one of the best programming languages and your app is simply amazing! I simply cannot believe you are doing it all by yourself... I would recommend it to anyone, but I know very few people interested in coding.

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  • siddbudd

    I believe thats not exactly what he was asking about. The question is: how to disable those two extra (Pythonista-specific) lines above the software keyboard? I could not find a way yet, but since my bluetooth keyboard just arrived, I am also interested if there is a way.

    omz, if you are reading this, it would be very nice if you could change a few things using external keyboard.

    1. First of all, the change keyboard language layout is broken in the app, replaced by switching between editor and prompt. Option + Space does this already, so I don't understand why Command + Space is also covered by this. Workaround is to switch app, change layout and switch back to Pythonista.

    2. When typing into the prompt or the editor, the app makes suggestions, these however can only be selected by touching the screen. Would it be possible to make a selection using the external keyboard? Or does iOS limit this?

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  • siddbudd

    thx SS :)
    I don't yet know how to use it though, but I will try to figure out... the client on Windows runs just fine after installing wxPy, but the server on my iPad seems to have some problem. First of all, its unstoppable, after launching it, I cannot quit it, nothing happens when tapping on the x button, I have to force quit Pythonista. Also cannot get connection to it from the client.

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  • siddbudd

    Hi,
    I installed a package called ltchinese 0.1 through pipista, the installation went well, but when I tried to open the file ocrat.py Pythonista basically crashed, when trying to restart it took for it about a minute to start again, it did show the file ocrat.py this time, but scrolling it is still impossible, even just leaving the file takes half a minute. I just checked the file in Windows, I can't figure out why it makes Pythonista react like this, it does not seem to contain anything special.

    Thanks for help.

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