• starrshaw

    Hi, this might be an strange question. But is there a way to Show the keyboard on and keep it shown?

    Thanks!

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  • starrshaw

    Thanks dgelessus! That works great!

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  • starrshaw

    Hi dgelessue, thanks!

    I already get input from a user via a ui TextField and pass to a function when a Button is pressed, which works fine. But, just in case a user wanted to use the keyboard instead of the button, I wanted to have an option to press a Return Key..

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  • starrshaw

    Hi All, I hope you are all having a great holiday! If you like me you having fun with your iPad and Pythonista!

    I have been looking everywhere and can not find a way to detect a RETURN keypress to run a function. Do not know if that is OS specific or not...

    ?

    Thanks!

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  • starrshaw

    Here is the only function you need to do the TextView scroll. The function will just read your 'textview' content and offset. Works great!

    def scroll():
    v['textview1'].content_offset = (0, v['textview1'].content_size[1] -v['textview1'].height)

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  • starrshaw

    Thanks Abcabc!

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  • starrshaw

    Hi, I have info printing into text view.. but as I append new data it will not scroll the textview.. but just show 1 line of the new data and you have to scroll to see the rest manually with a finger scroll. Is there any way to fix this or am I stuck?

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  • starrshaw

    Thanks guys! Both these ideas worked great!

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  • starrshaw

    @JonB Thanks Jon, I was about to use stash, but I wanted to have some graphics and sound sort of like the Commodore 64 Fahrenheit 451 text adventure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGu_Urn4hek

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  • starrshaw

    Hi, I am making a little old school text adventure and was just wondering if there was a way to have the console print out into UI TextView or ScrollView?

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