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P.S. Sorry for my bad English.
I use Textastic in combination with a small app that I open from within Textastic. The app uploads the file to a server, which processes the file and sends the results back to the app. From within the app I can switch back to Textastic. Changes I made to a file were reflected in the results. This was the case with IOS 5.1.1 on iPad 1. I recently switched to iOS 6.0.1 on iPad 4. Now it seems that Open In... from the toolbar button no longer works as before. Open In... from the list view seems to work, although it looks as if I have to wait a bit (10 seconds between saves?).
Awesome app, thanks!
When programming in HTML I find my self trying out new ideas and simply want to comment out a line or blocks of code. Would it be possible to add "Comment" as a selection when we highlight a line or block of HTML code? I see we have cut, copy, paste, shift left, shift right but would love to see a "comment" selection that when pressed would add the <!-- --> around the selected code.
It has worked for me once but I wasn't able to reproduce it.
So, "Replace All" should work if you have less than 15 search results, but currently won't work if there are at least 15 search results.
I'm using a bluetooth keyboard. If on the first line of a document I cursor-key upwards, the cursor does not move (naturally) and the displayed line number stays as one, as expected. However, it appears to count however many lines before the start I up-arrow to, since if I di it 7 times, I then need to press 'down' 7 times before the cursor starts moving again!
This will be fixed in the next update
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