dialogs.text_dialog: Select text in range
lukaskollmer last edited by
I'm working on a script to upload files to the internet. Currently, I use
dialogs.text_dialogto request a filename.
The problem is, that, since I pass the current filename with the text parameter, I always have to select only the filename (and not the extension as well).
Is there a way to tell
dialogsto select a specific range in the text?
If it doesn't exist right now, @omz please consider adding this to your todo list.
PS: I already started working on a solution with
objc_util, but I'd prefer to keep this simple.
cook last edited by
I'm a little confused about what you're trying to do...so I'm probably wrong :)
If you're getting a file name/path and then putting that's default text in the text_dialogue, and then trying to select just the name of the file....
You could use os.path to get just the file name before you throw it into the text_dialogue
omz last edited by
When you look at the source code of the
dialogsmodule, you'll see that the
text_dialog()function is actually very simple, and you could make your own version of it like this:
import ui import os from dialogs import _TextDialogController def my_text_dialog(title='', text='', font=('<system>', 16), autocorrection=None, autocapitalization=ui.AUTOCAPITALIZE_SENTENCES, spellchecking=None, done_button_title='Done', selected_range=None): c = _TextDialogController(title=title, text=text, font=font, autocorrection=autocorrection, autocapitalization=autocapitalization, spellchecking=spellchecking, done_button_title=done_button_title) if selected_range is not None: c.view.selected_range = selected_range c.view.present('sheet') c.view.begin_editing() c.view.wait_modal() return c.text filename = 'myfile.txt' base_name, extension = os.path.splitext(filename) my_text_dialog('Test', filename, selected_range=(0, len(base_name)))
This is mostly the same code as the original
text_dialog(), just with an additional