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macOS and iOS app makers ‣ Nova (coming soon!), Transmit, Prompt ‣ Publisher of Video Games like Untitled Goose Game ‣ Also , a handheld game system?!?
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Panic Feb 14
Replying to @langkamerit
At this point, I'm afraid there's not really any in-app settings that would affect this. Mind generating a duplicate (unused) key and emailing it to us + details? Our support team will be happy to investigate. (support@panic.com)
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Panic Feb 14
Replying to @langkamerit
The local storage would be any files you've saved within the app itself. The local "Documents" view is the local storage.
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Panic Feb 14
Replying to @daninski
Hello! Yes, provided that you are the only user, that is. More info here: 
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Panic Feb 13
Replying to @chadkoepf
I'm afraid we don't have a specific estimate. We rarely have any kind of estimate until release is imminent, and we're not there yet. We are hoping on a larger open beta closer to launch, but the full details are TBD. We'll make sure to announce it when we're ready.
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Panic Feb 13
Replying to @mattnbrown
Not specifically known. A reboot may help. If the app is crashing, and you get a crash report shortly after it quits, we'd need to see the full crash log. Mind emailing us the details? We'll investigate. transmit@panic.com
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Panic Feb 13
Replying to @lindsaysrva
Absolutely! It'll have all of the FTP and Publishing features Coda 2 had. 👍
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Panic Feb 13
Replying to @sph
Provided you connect to your local Terminal in Nova, this will already work. 👍
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @160B
Hello! Can you send us a private message here on twitter with your details? We'll be happy to try and find your license. 
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @ChrisChiera
Nova won't have a direct iOS counterpart. There's still so much we can't do on iOS that prevents us from making a proper IDE. We are working on a new editor for iOS, but it won't be called Nova and it won't be due out until 2021, most likely.
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @spinnerzmedia
The primary way to browse saved projects is to open the welcome window. Easiest way to do that is to click the Nova icon in the toolbar. Naturally, you'll have to add a project to your Favorites first: right click any recents and you'll see the option.
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @graphicgato
My apologies! The Rules tab is correct.  Add svg here, then set the permissions that you'd like all SVGs to have when uploaded. That should take care of it.
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @Mar1e
Hello Marie! Coda's data is stored here: ~/Library/Application Support/Coda 2. For your passwords, they're stored in your macOS Keychain, so you'd need to restore a backup of ~/Library/Keychains, too.
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @mrjnicol
We do have an open feature request for this, and although I can’t make any promises, I will add your vote. 👍
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Panic Feb 12
 Yes on both fronts. 👍
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @graphicgato
Are you referring to Transmit or Coda? Permissions are set based on your settings in Preferences > Transfers > Permissions. Double check that pane to make sure you don't have "Default File" or SVGs set with World Read permissions unchecked?
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Panic Feb 12
Replying to @noahhayes
Nova will be macOS-only. While we are working on a new iOS editor, it won't be called Nova and won't be out until next year (probably). Code Editor has a bit of life left in it. If you need a good remote-only editor with great SFTP support, grab the current version.
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Panic Feb 10
Replying to @langkamerit
That's a new one. What part of the import process is failing? Are you getting any errors, or are you simply unable to select the key?  That's super odd as Prompt and Code Editor's key support is essentially identical.
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Panic Feb 10
Replying to @spinnerzmedia
Coda 2 will always continue to work provided that your Mac is running a compatible OS. Coda 2 works great through Catalina. Like all software, at some point, some future macOS update will be incompatible.
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Panic Feb 10
Replying to @spinnerzmedia
It'll require Mojave at the minimum.
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Panic Feb 10
Replying to @Smithy1783
Transmit for iOS and Transmit 5 for macOS don't actually have identical support for all servers. As Transmit for iOS was discontinued in late 2018, it's unlikely to get any further updates. That said, happy to investigate. Would you mind emailing us all the details?
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