Very simple question.
MCgendraft last edited by
I am new to this version of Pythonista, and have written pretty basic scripts with it, so I am pretty new to doing heavier work in it. I have tried looking through the Pythonista documentation, but I just don't know where else to go. When using the setting to automatically insert closing parenthesis and quotes, what is the easiest way to jump past them, if any? I am wondering if there is a shortcut to jump past the auto closing characters, and not having to touch the screen and select past it. Again, this may be a stupid question, or something that is just the normal way of coding. Thank you in advance.
bennr01 last edited by
@MCgendraft you can simply type the key for the closing parenthesis/quote, pythonista will set the cursor position to be behind the closing parenthesis. You can also wipe along the extra key row above the normal virtual keyboard, which will move the cursor position in the direction you wiped.
cvp last edited by
Even that, I didn't know!
Thanks for my new year present.
ramvee last edited by
Thank You @bennr01 !
I wish there was a page full of such time saving tips, while using Pythonista.