we're dealing with PDFs.
In Studies OS X all is ok : images are displayed correctly and I
can launch a study session going to the highest hierarchical group
("ICONS") [screenshots 1-3).
When importing in the latest iOS beta (Studies 1.0 (6)) the
individual notes are visible (thumbnails?) [screenshot 4]. But when
trying to open them to edit, the flashcards are empty [screenshot
When trying to launch a study session when prompting as source
the highest hierarchical group ("ICONS") the app crashes [no
When selecting the lowest highest hierarchical group (an individual
stack : 111, 112, etc..), the app yields a study session with empty
I have made changes to the Mac app that now converts PDFs to
PNGs. This allows PDFs to appear in the iOS apps.
Unfortunately, because this is a change in the Mac app, you will
not be able to test it until we release our next version of that,
which could be a couple of weeks. Apple have to review those
To get it to work for the notes you already have in the Mac, you
will have to load those notes. That is when the conversion happens.
You can load the notes by opening them to edit, or by starting a
slideshow with them. Once they are converted, they should sync to
iOS and work. New notes should automatically work.
I have updated the iOS app so that it at least does not crash
anymore. But at the moment, the PDFs still do not display. Only
when the Mac app is updated, will the PDFs show on iOS.
on 08 Apr, 2016 08:09 AM
OK, update :
I tried again with the original archive of 6 Mo I uploaded.
First, Studies tells me "import successful", but the archive isn't displayed in the library.
When importing again from Fileapp, it works, but I'm having a double archive. At least it works.
Now, trying to do the same with the bigger archive I mentioned, Studies still crashes.
Should I upload it somewhere ?