It's not awful, but it has some pretty serious unaddressed issues. You have to name the extension .lua or the file won't run and just seems to disappear, the file browser is messy, files need to be saved before executed, exiting scripts takes too many button presses, changing apps without exiting the script leaves a persistent notification, syntax highlighting isn't very good, etc.
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This is one of the apps where you ask yourself if the developer is actively using the application for him or herself. First, the system keyboard gets used. So no shortcuts to certain symbols like () or . Zero. The keyboard also assumes that you start a new line like in a text document. It starts with a capital letter. This means, you have to double press shift in every single line, before you can type anything. Syntax highlighting only after you save the file as .lua In an lua editor.
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This app is awesome, but it has few issues, 1) it will be great to autosave, when clicking run, 2) the console is hard to work with, 3) instead of the small arrow in file browser, add file named .. as in total comander, ... 4) allow to zoom out the code. But, great work 😎.
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