I'm having trouble connecting to my cubby.com via WebDAV (which works OK with other clients).
I know WebDAV implementations have their vaguaries, and you're not going to be able to check compatibility with every server out there.
If WebDAV connections could be logged (perhaps via email, or to a folder accessible via the built-in WebDAV server), it might help to know who to follow up with (in this case, you or cubby.com).
There's a screenshot on the App Store showing a control to move the cursor and change text selection.
You can show the cursor navigation wheel by tapping on the editor with two fingers.
on iPad, when I start local preview of a file then the sign for localizing appears in the top.
When I start safari or other apps that have a local preview mode that would not happen.
2. Select your your device in iTunes. Select the Summary tab.
3. Click on the Serial Number black label. It doesn’t look like something you can click on, unfortunately, making this more of a “hidden feature”. Serial Number will turn into Identifier (UDID).
4. Unfortunately this is another non-intuitive step. After you see Identifier (UDID) displayed, copy it to your OS clipboard with Ctrl-C (Windows) or Command-C (Mac). And here’s the subtle trick…
Most people try to highlight the UDID - which is almost the universally recognized way to copy something - but for some reason Apple decided to make this unable to be selected. You can’t highlight it. Just hit Ctrl-C or Command-C on this screen and trust that it’s copied to your OS clipboard. Now open an email or a text editor and paste in the clipboard contents. You now have your iPhone device ID.
As for the problem, I've ran into an issue copying some text from a QuickGuide and 1st I though it was the guide to be blamed but then did some more tests and found out that it's Textastic's fault. I pasted the exact same clipboard contents to several different apps and transferred all those to my PC and the only text to exhibit problems was the one pasted in Textastic. Basically, I was pasting a short html snippet and after much digging I found that textastic was adding a 0xC2 char before SOME of the spaces. These would not show on Textastic but they would be stored on the file and break html rendering. I can send you some screenshots of this if you wish.
Just to clarify, his bug happens just by pasting: if I preview the file in Textastic it will immediately exhibit the bugged behaviour! I only transferred the file to my PC to better debug it so it was not a transfer problem. (Textastic doesn't have an hex view, does it?)
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