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Posted by kjxymzy
Jan 3, 2018 at 12:08 AM

 

https://hundredrabbits.itch.io/left

Works on Mac/Windows/Linux (seems Electron based)

Features I like:
- tabbing through synonyms
- heading outliner/navigator in sidebar

Dev is responsive

 


Posted by washere
Jan 5, 2018 at 03:36 AM

 

- I tried this yesterday but the # headings did not show in the left panel, no joy after carriage returns or other ways to wake it up either

- The export seems sans file-format and unconventional
  -import needs standard interface too

+ I like the idea and format
  +and also suggestions for sentence and thesaurus context too, very cool

+ Not your usual chitchat or subscriptioned spam, a very creative based POV
  +and fresh genuinely new attempt at breaking leftfield ground in form and execution.

Hope they find time while sailing the Pacific to make it have the bare necessities polished up.

 

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jan 5, 2018 at 02:54 PM

 

It’s rather good, in its minimalist way. I notice the window has to be a certain width, otherwise the left-hand bar disappears (may explain your issues, washere).

But alas, there’s no search function. However, it entertained me for a little while. The synonym switcher is frightfully cool!

 


Posted by washere
Jan 5, 2018 at 03:24 PM

 

MadaboutDana wrote:
It’s rather good, in its minimalist way. I notice the window has to be a
>certain width, otherwise the left-hand bar disappears (may explain your
>issues, washere).
> >But alas, there’s no search function. However, it entertained me for a
>little while. The synonym switcher is frightfully cool!

Thanks buddy I’ll give it another whirl tonight. I remember it gave me an odd horizontal scroll bar on the left pane after opening the menu or resizing or something. Looks like a beta or RC prototype stage.

 


Posted by kjxymzy
Jan 8, 2018 at 12:44 AM

 

washere wrote:

>
>- I tried this yesterday but the # headings did not show in the left
>panel, no joy after carriage returns or other ways to wake it up either
>

For me, you have to save the file first before any headings start to appear.

 


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