I am guessing that when a Scot says "Bye just now" he means what a Londoner would mean by "Bye for now" or "See you later".
Americans use "bye for now" as well
A Scot would usually say Bye the now. Well, I would anyway.
Wouldn't accept "Goodbye just now"??
That's because "tìoraidh" is "bye". "Goodbye" is "Mar sin leibh/leat".
Does anyone say "bye just now"?
Bye just now lian says its incorrect still
That's because the name is Iain (iain with a capital i), not lian/lain (Lian/Lain with a small L)
Interestingly, I wrote "Cheers for now, Ian". It was, to my surprise, marked as correct, with one little detail marked as "You have a typo": "Cheery for now, Ian."
I'm... delighted and confused.