but the blade grinder can also make a damn good cup o' joe. Just takes a bit more "expertise" to get there
You know ... Alton Brown recommends using a standard blade grinder for coffee as well. Take that how you will.
Saw this today, looked pretty cool. Perhaps something to consider?
(I couldn't find the other thread with all the other composer ideas)
Oooh, this is neat. I like the embedded preview and full-screen buttons. I also like how you can swap out the parser (meaning compatibility with third-party NodeBB parsers will continue working)
It says beta, has multiple issues I'd not like to see within NodeBB (see [https://github.com/OscarGodson/EpicEditor/issues?state=open](at github)) and last update (besides the license-update) was 6 month ago...
so -1 for this particular one, but +1 for the layout, shortcuts, etc. of the EpicEditor
EDIT: it may be the fact that code is within a single file, so the author cannot look through his own code anymore
Well maybe not literally use this one but we can take some ideas from it. I really like the embedded preview and fullscreen as well.
The embedded preview looks good, but I don't see any difference between that and the preview button here. On both, you still have to click to see the preview.
@planner True, but in my opinion it looks nicer than having a separate tab for it.
I actually prefer the tab to preview look, it's more consistent with the rest of the app.
@planner the EpicEditor has shortcuts like Alt+P for toggling preview (even so you need to release Alt before you may type again)
Maybe @psychobunny can add accesskeys into his themes? like w/p/h for write/preview/help, no need to be language-dependent thought.
Maybe even some accesskeys for unread/home/recent/profile/search... would be great
Of cause you can continue to make the board more keyboard-friendly by adding post-navigation by j/k and open by enter or space...
This may be enought for a plugin ^^ maybe I'll do so some time... but accesskeys for at least write/preview/help should get supported by themes
I kinda started this here: https://github.com/psychobunny/nodebb-plugin-mousetrap - @trevor promised he'd finish it up for me if I started it for him but I guess he's too busy making Convoe awesome
Cool! All that's left is how to get some info about it in the Help tab so that new users will know how to use it.