As you probably know by now, Sta.sh Writer is a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) writer allowing you to see a live preview of what your journal, blog, poem or story will look like and edit it's appearance by highlighting text and clicking buttons.
What are the Improvements?
One of the more common pieces of feedback we get from deviants about Sta.sh Writer is that it's not as useful for power users; people who want more control over their layout and want to be able to use their own HTML to give what they write that extra bit of flare.
So what has been done about it?
To make Sta.sh Writer the best it possibly can be for anyone who uses it, we have made Sta.sh Writer into a WYSIWYT (What you see is what you type) editor
This means that you can seamlessly use both the WYSIWYG editor and your own custom html at the same time, and without everything being converted back to WYSIWYG every time you edit something!
Here's an example:
Once you've saved the file, the HTML is displayed as expected:
In the Old system, when you tried to edit your file again this would happen
and your file with all the html you wrote would be parsed into WYSIWYG format
In the New system all the text displays exactly as it was shown before,
all the HTML you wrote is there, ready for you to edit it
Give us your feedback!
It's always great to hear your feedback on these changes. If you have anything to say just drop a comment below
If you encounter any bugs or issues, submit a ticket to the "Sta.sh Writer Improvements" Project in the issue tracker and we'll get it fixed up as soon as we can