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[Share Code] `ui.View`: without x-Button
lukaskollmer last edited by lukaskollmer
I struggled with that recently and just wanted to share my solution:
If you don't want the default x-Button at the left side of the title bar, just create a
ui.NavigationViewand present that instead
import ui view = ui.View() navigationView = ui.NavigationView(view) # Add a close button view.left_button_items = [ui.ButtonItem(title="Close", action=lambda x: navigationView.close())] # Won't show the x-button navigationView.present("sheet", hide_title_bar=True)
henryaukc last edited by
Thanks a lot!
I have used this to make my script acting a real app by using the “Add to Home Screen” to put my script on the home screen. Without x-button, it looks more like the normal app. However, I have encountered two problems:
- When my home screen shortcut was run again, the pythonista ran again my app but not return to the last screen
- When I run another Pythonista script on the home screen, it will run on my original script
Can I detect if my script is now running already and don’t run multiple times to fix problem 1?
Can I detect that there is another script running and stop Pythonista to load a new one? Or close the old one before loading the new one?