@tomkin Thank you! This is just what I needed. Much appreciated.
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RE: Compiling with XCode
I'm trying to figure out how to export and compile with Xcode. However, I updated to pythonista 1.5 but it no longer has the export to Xcode option. I have also searched the pythonista documents and forums and the general web for "Pythonista ProjectTemplate" but the only reference I find is to your post above. Can you point me in the right direction to find instructions on how to do this?
Suggestion to improve Editorial Workflow Efficiency
I love Editorial -- especially workflow feature! I think it would be great to add an optional, user-configurable "workflow favorites" bar that would appear in the first row atop the keyboard if enabled. Workflows flagged as favorite would be linked to a button in the favorites bar. This would essentially enable one-tap access to your favorite workflows. I think this would increase the proficiency of users who rely on workflows.
Is this possible?
RE: Suggestion to improve Editorial Workflow Efficiency
Oh, very cool. I did not know about the bookmarks bar. As you've both said, the bookmarks bar works perfectly for what I imagined. I'm continually amazed at the level of thought put into this app. I can't wait to add the Mac companion app to my workflow. Keep up the great work!
Embed and evaluate simple math in Editorial documents
Editorial is a very impressive app. I'm convinced it can accommodate most of my text editing needs. However, from time to time I need to include some simple math in notes or documents I am producing. I typically use Calca or Soulver in these cases. It would be great to be able to do this in Editorial. I have searched documentation and forum posts to determine if this is possible but have not found an answer -- hence this post. Is it possible to embed and evaluate simple math in Editorial documents?
RE: Embed and evaluate simple math in Editorial documents
Thanks Ole. You rock! I've modified the workflow to perform an inline calculation on the selected expression, and shared it here:
Editorial is one step closer to becoming the only text editor I need. Holding my breath for the Mac and iPhone versions ;)