I've been without a computer for a week now. I don't like using MS Word, nor do I really like other text editors out there any more than the next. I though it would be cool to make my own.
Functionality is currently just local storage, but I'll be moving towards some sort of exporting/sharing method.
10 months ago
I swear you have the coolest ideas and you execute them just as well!
really cool, but i think a chunky very light colored scrollbar would help usability. maybe JUST the scrolling piece, no bar or arrows
Agreed @Chris Slowik. I'm definitely going to make a subtle scroll bar for some type of cue. I haven't decided on what I want to do, but I also don't want the default browser/OS scroller.
Love this idea. @Cole Townsend I'm always looking for a better alternative to TextEdit, and this design is killer. Are you thinking about adding in export/formatting options?
Currently working in export to .txt functionality @Tyler Deal. It's a bit tricker than I expected.
OP delivers. You can save as a markdown file, although it's basically title + text.
Wait, I'm confused. You're without your computer, but you made this? On what? And what language is this baby running on?
9 months ago
@Cole Townsend Right on man. This is great!
I just noticed that the link was only clickable on the "download" button....not the whole button. Also, maybe I missed it and someone already asked, but are you going to have an option to create a custom URL to view what's written at? (http://yum.im) If that makes sense..
@James Fletcher Aw shucks. I could have sworn I fixed that. What browser are you using?
Eventually I am going to add a custom URL function, though. I'm not super PHP savvy so it's a bit of a challenge.
@Cole Townsend Gotcha. I'm using Safari.
Maybe you fixed it, or it was just my browser being crappy earlier, but it works now :)
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