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Lars Herbach 6 years ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 4 years ago 5

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Sounds like a good idea.

P.S.: Lange nichts voneinander gehört :)
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Under review
Sounds like a good idea.

P.S.: Lange nichts voneinander gehört :)
I would like to expand on this request. Sow all files that are edited but not uploaded with a special symbol not only in the file view but also in the quick file selector popup (when clicking the current document title) as well as with an icon on the top of the document currently being worked on (so 3 places total). Any other place the file name is shown would be nice too but that would just be gravy.

BTW. This is the best coding program for the iPad period. Best money I ever spent!

And finally a question (I apologize beforehand if this is not the right place to ask this). Is there an option do download all changed files from the server (i.e. I spent a day coding in my PC and now want to update my files in Textastic). Currently I just delete all may local files and re-download them but a button that did a compare and refsh on changed files would be nice (and if it's already there I apologize for missing it). If necessary I will gladly put in a new feature request.
Currently you have to manually keep track of the files you changed. There is currently no way to only download or upload changed files.

I usually use "Download Latest" before editing a file to make sure I'm working on the latest version.
This update would turn an already good app into a great one! This is a really good start, but having to track which of many files I have changed, and then manually re-navigate to each them on both the client and server side in order to manually re-upload each of them is simply too tedious to be feasible, at least for my workflow.

So to be clear, I'd love to see an indicator when a file has changed as the first comment suggests, but also the ability to have a list of changed files within which I can easily select a file and sync it to it's corresponding file on the server. I wouldn't want to have to go searching back through all my directories for the files that have been marked as changed.

Thanks for considering this update!
Great! I was trying to suggest this feature and realized there's an existing request already. lol

Bought the app a while ago and started using it since yesterday. This is the very first thing I've felt that it could be useful.

I am coding in Objective C for iOS development.

I cannot believe how feature rich this app is. Worth every penny! Thanks for the good app and your continued effort for further improvement.

Hi Lars, I will put my girls on it.