Is there any easy way to transfer a text file into StreamByter? I just discovered that, if I create a file with extension .sbr, I can share it with StreamByter, and it stores it in Local. But I cannot Load it, so I suppose the .sbr format is not plain text. Is there a file type that can be shared with StreamByter and work normally?
Further, is there any way to export a script from StreamByter? Or is copy/paste the only option?
Background: My current development method is to create a file in the Simplenote app, Select All and Copy the text. Open StreamByter, load Default (to clear the workspace), and Paste the new code. Then switch to iCloud and save the new file, using the name which appears as a comment at the top. It would certainly be more graceful to avoid this tedious copy/erase/paste sequence to move code into StreamByter.
Oh, nevermind. I can see that the .sbr file (StreamByter preset) is a text plist. If I format it correctly, I can share a .sbr with SB and it will work. Or copy it to the StreamByter folder in Files, which holds the Local files. And you can export by copying the file to Local (in stand-alone only) and export the file from there. Files must be moved to iCloud for access from SB AUv3; annoying, but what it is.