Editor Focus Bug (2.0.1) on iPhone with iOS5

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    audiocommander
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    Unfortunately I just detected a regression error with the latest maintenance update to 2.0.1. If you are running PR0C0D1N6 on an iPhone (probably also iPod) with iOS 5, the editor might lose focus after the context menu showed. This results in keys not being entered into the code. Strangely enough this only seems to happen in portrait. If you rotate the device to landscape, it should work as expected.

    Affected:
    – iPhone, iPod with iOS 5, only after showing the context menu

    Not affected:
    – devices running iOS 6
    – iPad

    I’m working on a fix and hope it’ll pass review as soon as possible.

    If you do not run iOS 6, please skip this update. This maintenance update only insures the compatibility to the upcoming iOS 6.

    If you already updated, there are several workarounds:
    – Tap a symbol in the frequently used programming keys bar
    – Rotate the device
    – Dismiss the keyboard and show it again
    – Use the find & replace panel

    Sorry,
    Michael

    #657

    audiocommander
    Keymaster

    A fix for 2.0.2 has been submitted.
    I expect it to be approved within the next 5 to 10 days. I think the average has been around 7 working days lately.

    btw: this has been a nasty bug. And the strange thing is: it wasn’t even my code. I think I introduced a problem when I edited the project with a beta version of the IDE. I now reverted to 2.0 and retraced all steps with the non-beta version of the IDE and it works perfectly.

    Sorry for the inconvenience everyone…

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