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Posted by steveylang
Dec 15, 2015 at 06:54 PM

 

Thank you!!! That is wonderful news, for awhile his stance was no Mac version was coming, period.

Dr Andus wrote:
steveylang wrote:
>>Wait, where is there reference to a Mac version?
> >The developer mentioned it on the WM forum. Here is the quote:
> >“The reason there has been no update for a while is that I am working on
>a new version that will be a complete rewrite. There are many reasons
>for that but the most important one is making wm also available on OSX
>and Linux. There is no public beta yet, but I hope to make it available
>by the end of the year. The new wm will target the same market (text
>based distraction free writing) but it will be different - I’ll take the
>best parts from wm2 and add some new, modern and in my opinion exiting
>tools for writers. (...) That said, I still intend to support wm2 in the
>form of bug fixes and new plugins.”
> >https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/writemonkey/9BmJjzBg9Ig

 


Posted by Dr Andus
Dec 20, 2015 at 05:25 PM

 

Here is a screenshot that shows there is indeed folding in the forthcoming version of WriteMonkey:

https://mobile.twitter.com/writemonkey/media/grid?idx=0&tid=675830610762571776

 


Posted by Kensai
Dec 28, 2015 at 07:42 PM

 

Its going to be good stuff, but still Writemonkey.

 


Posted by steveylang
Jan 5, 2016 at 06:45 PM

 

I am hoping to see folding and collapsing, I really want to be able to work outliner-style with plain text documents.

There’s a new screenshot showing document metadata and markdown tasks-
https://twitter.com/writemonkey/status/683025575469002752

 


Posted by steveylang
Jan 5, 2016 at 06:47 PM

 

He just replied my tweet, indeed there will be both folding and collapsing.

steveylang wrote:
I am hoping to see folding and collapsing, I really want to be able to
>work outliner-style with plain text documents.

 


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