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I have Chrome, Opera Mini, Onion, and Dolphin browsers on my iPad. It'd be very handy to be able to "preview" a source file in any of these browsers, for testing purposes.
please can you advise how I can fix this?
This app is great except cursor positioning is painfully unrealistic for great productivity. It's because we are dealing with code where the cursor needs to be moved constantly and at precise locations.
The Codea app has MASTERED THIS. They simply provide two new keyboard keys in the center of the top row. You tap and hold the key, then move your finger and the cursor moves in parallel. It feels so natural as if I am using the trackpad on my MacBook Pro. One button is for regular movement and the other selects text. Productivity will improve 4 fold with this. I would use Codea instead but it's not a general purpose editor.
Screenshot of the Codea app.
Would be great if the iPad preview window had support for bookmarklets or the ability to toggle a responsive / iPhone or "phone" sized screen size. I've been looking around trying to figure out how to test responsive sizes and bookmarklets seems to be a no brainer, similar to firebug lite. The UI could resemble the new Firefox Web Development tools responsive size tool.
I'd like an option to be able to see the extra keys even when I'm using a bluetooth keyboard.
thx for answer
I am not sure when it happened but it did.
The magnifier orientation was opposite from the text orientation.
Probably because I switched the iPad orientation number of times.
I tried to restart the app and now its ok but it means that there are rare case that you lose track of orientation.
This should be fixed in the next update.
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