In order to achieve this, we would appreciate any and all feedback on challenges encountered when using Textastic.
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Would be great to be able to link the preview button to a specific file. E.g. index.html when working on
Pretty darn cool app.
Built int support for DotNET .master files (same as aspx) would be great, as well as .scss and .sass files. I currently have downloaded some 3rd party textmate bundles to do this, but would be great to have in-built support.
I bought Textastic but all of the fonts look just slightly blurry and bit larger than they need to be. It seems as if the app has not been updated for the iPad Pro yet. Could you please so I can take advantage of the size of the screen
Textastic won’t open local files it doesn’t recognize i.e.. something.myext
Is there anyway to change that or would it require an update.
Perhaps a way to define custom file extentions.
Did you know there is NO iOS app that formats (specifically, Beautifies) HTML, CSS, etc? I
As the iPad is poised to become a laptop replacement, I'm hoping these features can be added to Textastic to make coding workflows much easier than having to copy and paste and visit a website to do it online....one file at a time.
I am developing simple HTML/CSS/PHP websites solely on my iPad Pro. The workflow is still not convenient, but it is possible. I hope my suggestions are useful.
Thank you, again, for the finest text editing app for iPad. I only use DraftCode because of my PHP development, but if not for that....Textastic would be my only app! I appreciate your efforts very much! Vielen dank!
Howdy, Alexander; I've posted this to you as a problem report before, and your response was that it was an Apple problem, and not the app's. I'm just here to ask whether you've heard from Apple.
The problem being, it's about impossible to edit tidied code. I have, for example, several files whose first records are up to 1200+ characters. While they are fully visible in Textastic, it is painful even to place the cursor accurately in the record, and agonizing to use the cursor-movement wheel. (You were able to reproduce the problem with example code I sent.)
For now, I've reverted to BBEdit on my MBP.
I'd like to request proportional fonts, if possible. Source Sans Pro is a good one.
I'm using working copy to manage writing projects using Markdown and really appreciate Textastic's integration. However, I find writing text (as opposed to code) in mono space fonts kind of ugly.
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