Re: BBC BASIC for iOS?

Richard Russell

Playing with the iPhone (I realise it's rather like communing with the Devil!) has at least answered one question: what to do about the absence of the Android 'back' button.  Other apps which require that functionality, including Apple's own 'Settings' app, seem to have established a convention of providing a back button in the top-left corner (sometimes bottom-left, such as in Safari) consisting of a simple 'chevron' or less-than symbol.  It shouldn't be difficult for BBC BASIC to overlay a similar button; there will be occasions when it obscures something important but experimentally rotating the device from portrait to landscape usually moves it out of the way.


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