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Posted by Dr Andus
Jan 7, 2016 at 08:53 PM

 

writemonkey wrote:
>just to clarify a few things: Writemonkey3 will be much faster than
>version 2, especially when dealing with large documents.
>About the “bloat problem”: wm3 will still embrace minimalist approach.
>All the stuff you are currently viewing on screen shots will be
>optional.
>Also: alpha testing will start soon, so if you want to participate,
>please send me an email (master at pomarancha dot com)

Hi Iztok,

All great news! Many thanks for stopping by, and for the clarifications,... and… for the awesome software :-) Looking forward to WM3!

 


Posted by Gorski
Oct 3, 2017 at 01:21 AM

 

The first really useable beta of Writemonkey 3 is out.

http://writemonkey.com/wm3/

 


Posted by Christian Tietze
Oct 4, 2017 at 08:04 AM

 

Interesting! WriteMonkey 3 now, too, is an NWJS app (similar to Electron), i.e. it’s shipping a minimal browser with the main app in JavaScript on top to perform the cross-platform dance. Am looking forward to see how future betas perform for long documents! At the moment, adding emphasis via shortcuts like ⌘I on Mac appears to cut and replace the text with a noticeable delay. HTML/JS based editors can be fast and reliable, though, so I guess it’s just a matter of polish.

 


Posted by Gorski
Oct 4, 2017 at 10:47 AM

 

> At the moment, adding emphasis via shortcuts like ⌘I on Mac appears to cut and replace the text with a noticeable delay.

I personally haven’t experienced this in about a week’s use on Windows 10 (64 bit, 8 MB memory). It’s been quite snappy.

 


Posted by Charlie
Oct 4, 2017 at 03:58 PM

 

I don’t see it supports equations yet . How will it support mathjax?

 


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