Le 16/05/2022 à 18:58, Phil Carter a écrit :
> I am very much a Python newbie, but am having reasonable success
> learning the basic rudiments of Python using Pyto on my iPad. But I am
> having a problem with one aspect of creating/editing my code via my
> iPad touchscreen.
> Almost every time I use the iPad touchscreen to edit my code, a
> small message window superimposes itself on the screen, blocking my
> view of the part of the code I’m trying to edit. See attached
> screenshot with an example of what I’m dealing with (i.e., P end=, P
> file=, end=, *no doc string*.) I can’t seem to find out what these
> messages mean, what I’m suppose to do about them, and how I can swipe
> them out of the way so I can carry on with my editing. Or, ultimately,
> set an option that stops them from appearing at all.
> One additional problem is that Pyto supposedly auto-closes or
> freezes while I try various things to edit while my view is blocked by
> the message window. My only work around with this is to close Pyto and
> re-open the file I’m still trying to edit and run.
> I understand that Sphinx is the default text editor built into
> the version of Pyto on my iPad. I hope to find out, through this user
> forum, if my problem is due to my iPad’s keyboard and/or GUI in
> association with Sphinx.Or if there’s something else going on with my
> setup that I need to know about (such as, should I use my Apple
> Pencil, instead of finger touch, for editing code?!) Any advice is
> much appreciated? In the meantime, are there any user-friendly
> bulletins, or user guides, or user manuals that could clarify what
> I’m seeing, and how to deal with it?
> *Thank you … Phil Carter*
Sphinx is not a text editor ... At least not the Sphinx
we're talking about here. This Sphinx is a documentation
writing tool (https://www.sphinx-doc.org/
). Try asking