• upwart

    @jonb
    Thanks for pointing me in the direction of images2gif. That seems to work, but it is painfully slow. Pity Pythonista does not include a more recent version of PIL(low).

    @omz
    Please update Pythonista to a more recent version of PIL(low).

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  • upwart

    I am trying to save a couple of PIL images into a GIF with something like

          img[0].save('test.gif',
             save_all=True, append_images=img[1:])
    

    This works well on a Windows machine, but on Pythonista, it seems to save only the first image,in other words, not animated.

    Does this have to do with the version of PIL?

    Is there a workaround?

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  • upwart

    @zrzka It seems I can only open files and not folders there.

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  • upwart

    @ccc Sorry, but that is not the answer to my question. I would like the same or similar functionality as with Script Library/iCloud but with DropBox. Is that possible?

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  • upwart

    I like the new functionality to have iCloud as a script library. Being a DropBox fan, I would like to have the same for DropBox. Is that possible?

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  • upwart

    I am trying to figure out how to better use DropBox in my workflow and found the new External files option. When I download a file from a DropBox folder, it will be shown under the External file selection. I can then open it. But can also move it somewhere. And how to delete it at all?
    I hope someone can help me with this.

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  • upwart

    I am trying to install mypy with pip install mypy under Stash.
    But I get the error message:
    ERROR: You need Python 3.4 or later to use mypy.
    although I am on Python 3.5 (not beta).
    Is there a way to install mypy?

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  • upwart

    I am looking for a simple way to check a memory leak, and therefore would like to check the available memory regularly.
    Is there a function to check available memory?

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