• simon_hibbs

    The beta was renewed 3 months ago, so there is hope. As you can see from some other threads the issue of ongoing support for the product is a contentious issue.

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  • simon_hibbs

    @lpl You upvote my comment, then post that? Really?

    Oh well, I tried.

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  • simon_hibbs

    I really don’t understand the hostility to the OP. This is a perfectly legitimate question and concern, phrased fairly and respectfully.

    I’m a very happy user of Pythonista and greatly appreciate the work Ole has put into this amazing tool. I’ve nothing but admiration for the guy and wish him well. In fact my first reaction to the lack of contact was concern that he’s ok, and that’s still the thing highest in my mind.

    The fact is iOS 13 is just around the corner. It’s another big step forward for the platform, we all know Apple is willing to break things in order to progress the platform and I’m concerned about compatibility. I’ve already had to create a new ID on this forum, because the password reset function doesn’t work and a request to fix it wasn’t picked up. That’s relatively trivial, but still cause for concern. If there is a more serious issue with the forum, it’s not clear this incredibly valuable asset to the user community would be fixed.

    I think politely asking about the support status of an app you’ve paid for, or asking about alternatives if there is a problem, is a reasonable thing to do. Check the thread again, nobody has complained about lack of value, insulted Ole or asked fir their money back, or for made an actual complaint at all. They’re just voicing concerns. That’s it.

    I am dismayed though, that some of the most regular, helpful and knowledgeable contributors to the forum are responding to requests about this so aggressively. I get that your heavily invested in the tool and it’s community. I respect that, but insulting or dismissive responses will only harm the community you clearly care so much about, and have done so much to support.

    Best regards,

    Simon Hibbs

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  • simon_hibbs

    Oooh, nice. Forked! I'll have fun with that with my kids.

    https://github.com/mikaelho/multipeer

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  • simon_hibbs

    @cvp Ok, thanks. very helpful.

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  • simon_hibbs

    @cvp Check the date on that post, it was 6 months ago and omz hasn't posted to these forums for 5 months.

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  • simon_hibbs

    @cvp I tried the code you posted above, but it doesn't work for me. I just get an array in which all the values are -1.0 and can't seem to get anything else out of the noise map.

    I am finding using objc_util frustrating. Under what circumstances do I need to use the .alloc() method on an object? To be fair the Apple documentation on these classes is terrible. Putting all the documentation on a class and it's methods and properties on a single page in a consistent format can't be all that hard.

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  • simon_hibbs

    I am a bit concerned, the last time omz posted on the forums, or even logged on, was 5 months ago and his twitter profile hasn't had a post since last December. I had to create a new profile, as the password reset function on the site is broken and he hasn't picked up my message about it. I hope he's ok.

    Edit - I was wrong, he re-tweeted in March. Hopefully he's alright. It can't be easy being a one-man software company.

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