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What's new in this version:

Write! 1.64

New:
- Merge documents feature. Works with both cloud and local documents. To get started: open side panel → select documents → merge documents via a context menu. Documents will be merged in the same order they were selected. (Please note, the original files are not deleted and are fully accessible)
- Long awaited black theme
- Auto-replaceable characters (see an image below)
- Non-breaking space (Ctrl+Shift+Space bar, ⌥ + Space bar on Mac) and hyphen (Ctrl+Shift+-, Empty on Mac). Please note that you can change any keyboard shortcut via Shortcut manager (F1)
- RTL cursor behavior improvements

Fixed:
- Fixed a rare bug while saving draft of the local document stored in multiple sessions
- Fixed duplicate feature. Now cloud documents are duplicated to the cloud, local documents — as local drafts
- Minor UI fixes
- Other stability and performance improvements


Write! 1.63
- Added Paste Formatting option (Ctrl+Alt+V) that allows to quickly apply the same formatting, such as color, bold, italic, highlight, etc. The Paste Formatting lets you copy the formatting from one piece of text and apply it to another one – think of it as copying and pasting for formatting
- Added a possibility to Paste plain text with hyperlinks (Menu > Edit > Paste As > Plain Text + Hyperlinks). You can apply a shortcut for this action, press F1 > find Paste As Plain Text + Hyperlinks and assign a shortcut
- Added “Document Statistics” action into Tools menu
- Amended the number of symbols in mini-counter for Tweet (initially Write! recognized text with 140 symbols as a tweet, now it changed to 280 symbols)
- Added headers folding in Markup
- Added the outline formation in Markup
- Improved the sounds processing that speeds up general application operation
- Fixed the bug with copying formatted text to Google Docs
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.62
- In this release, we added Hebrew spellchecker dictionary, an ability to change cursor behavior, and made some other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.61.2
- Fixed a default operation mode of the app. This must change the situation where some text blocks in your documents have transformed their formatting. In case, the formatting is still not displayed correctly, check the highlight option in Write’s settings. By default, this option should be disabled
- If you want to work with Markdown using Syntax highlighting and Preserve tags, go to Menu > File > Settings > Tools and make necessary settings in “Markup syntax” section
- Fixed a bug in automatic file renaming
- Fixed a bug with creating new documents via a Cloud Panel context menu
- Returned a conversion of two blank lines into a paragraph (this won’t work in conditions when the tag conversion is turned off)
- Fixed a rare bug with the spellchecker that caused the application crash


Write! 1.61.1

Markdown Improvements:
- Added syntax highlighting
- Removed dialog window that pops up when opening .md files
- If you want to view a document or work with the text without syntax highlight turn it off via Menu > File > Settings > Tools > untick “Enable highlight”. These changes are related only to Markdown, Textile and Wiki work the same way, but will be changed later, similar to Markdown

And more:
- Updated Monospaced preset
- Deleted Monospaced Large preset
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes

Added an ability to move between headers using shortcuts:
- Move to the Previous Header – Ctrl+[ or ⌘+[ on Mac
- Move to the Next Header – Ctrl+] or ⌘+] on Mac. To reassign/remove them use a Shortcut manager (F1)


Write! 1.60.0

Auto-rename new documents:
- Now, Write! generates new document name automatically according to the first line of a text by default. If the first line is empty, Write! will use the second line as the name of the document
- You can always change document name by yourself through rename option in tab or side panel context menu as well as by double-clicking on the file name. In this case, the file name is saved and automatic renaming does not apply to this document any more. The same rule applies if the document was closed or the session was switched
- Note that some symbols are not allowed to be used in a file name on Windows (e.g. * . ” / [ ] : ; | = ,) so, they will be automatically replaced with space
- To disable/enable Auto-rename go to Menu > File > Settings > General > untick/tick Auto-rename new documents

Changes in Markup:
- Added “Plain Text” option to the dialog box at the opening of Markup document. In this mode document displayed with tags depending on markup syntax being used (markdown, textile or wiki)
- Untick Markup Syntax check-mark in settings to prevent converting markup tags to rich text while you are typing
- If in “Plain Text” mode to apply any text formatting using context menu or keyboard shortcut (for example Ctrl+B) the text becomes bold, tags won’t be displayed immediately, they will be shown only after saving and reopening document
- Added “Preview in Rich Text” tab menu item, that converts Markup to rich text
- Added highlighting of the markup tags

And more:
The “Create new documents locally” item moved from General to Advanced section in Settings menu
Added an ability to open all file types
Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.59.1

Publishing to WordPress:
- Publishing from Write! to the WordPress is easy and don’t require to leave the app. If your document is ready to be sent and get published to the WordPress, right-click on the tab with the document > Publish > Publish to WordPress. First what you need to do is enter your credentials and let then Write! remember them by ticking Remember Credentials on the lower left corner of the pop-up window

Before publishing your article to the WordPress you can make some settings using major post statuses available in the WordPress:
- Schedule your posts via Future, publish it right away using Publish item or send it to the Trash. Use Draft for incomplete articles, and Private, if you want this article to be visible only to the users at Administrator level
- Attach tags and categories in Tags and Categories sections appropriately
- Now, click Publish – and done. It’s really that easy

And more:
- Updated typewriter sounds;
- Added a new theme – Sepia. To change a theme, go to menu > File > Settings > choose the one from the Global theme drop-down list
- Added a possibility to set up a shortcut for Google It Up, Translate, Ask Wikipedia and Define with Thesaurus actions
- Added an ability to turn off some warning dialogs by ticking Don’t ask again checkbox
- Added an ability to change Zoom level using Ctrl+scroll
- Minor improvements in a typewriter scrolling behavior
- HTML export improvements
- Fixed Find and Replace bug. Before you weren’t able to leave Replace blank and had it run to remove the item completely, it was needed to replace the query with a space at least. Now you can find and completely remove something you search for
- Fixed Ready to Install button bug
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.58.1
Typing sounds:
- The typing sounds item was moved from Advanced to Tools mini-tab in Settings menu. Moreover, now you can easily adjust the volume of the sound

Autosave:
- Autosave element you can find in Advanced mini-tab in Settings menu. Starting from this release you can adjust the autosave time interval for local documents
- For the Cloud documents, autosave is turned on by default, for local documents, you need to turn it on and set up timing (Menu > File > Settings > Advanced > Autosave)

And more:
- Added 2 themes, Light Grey and Dark Blue. To change a theme, go to menu > File > Settings > choose the one from the Global theme drop-down list
- Added Copy/Paste items to the context menu
- Added Brazilian Portuguese dictionary
- Added an option of saving Zoom command. In both cases, when working with Cloud and local documents, Zoom command applied to a particular document saves even after the restart of the app however when you close the local document in the session and open it again, the Zoom command applied to this particular file won’t be saved. With the Cloud Documents Zoom won’t change in any case unless you do
- Added Restore and Open submenu item for recently deleted files. This might be useful if you want to work with the file right after you have restored it without a need to scroll through all your Cloud documents in the tab/side panel
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.58

Typing sounds:
- The typing sounds item was moved from Advanced to Tools mini-tab in Settings menu. Moreover, now you can easily adjust the volume of the sound

Autosave:
- Autosave element you can find in Advanced mini-tab in Settings menu. Starting from this release you can adjust the autosave time interval for local documents
- For the Cloud documents, autosave is turned on by default, for local documents, you need to turn it on and set up timing (Menu > File > Settings > Advanced > Autosave)

And more:
- Added 2 themes, Light Grey and Dark Blue. To change a theme, go to menu > File > Settings > choose the one from the Global theme drop-down list
- Added Copy/Paste items to the context menu
- Added Brazilian Portuguese dictionary
- Added an option of saving Zoom command. In both cases, when working with Cloud and local documents, Zoom command applied to a particular document saves even after the restart of the app however when you close the local document in the session and open it again, the Zoom command applied to this particular file won’t be saved With the Cloud Documents Zoom won’t change in any case, unless you do
- Added Restore and Open submenu item for recently deleted files. This might be useful if you want to work with the file right after you have restored it without a need to scroll through all your Cloud documents in the tab/side panel
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.57.2
- Fixed errors in the work of the Asterisk element (appears before the document name in the tab). Now the element Asterisk is displayed correctly, when the document is in a draft – the Asterisk is shown, when the document is saved – the Asterisk disappears
- Fixed a couple of bugs with copy-paste HTML actions
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.56.0
- The ability to hide tabs in Normal mode. To activate this function, go to Menu > Settings > General > tick Hide tabs in normal mode
- Added an ability to install Write! without having administrator rights
- Please do the next steps in order to finish the setup process successfully
1) As soon as the installation starts – click on the Options button, then choose “Install just for you” and the path to the folder where you have permissions to install apps
2) Press Install. As soon as the sign with the request for administrator’s rights appears, close it or press “no”
- Added an ability to change the basic properties of text, e.g capitalization, small caps, subscript, superscript. There are 2 ways you can apply any of them to your text
1) Select a fragment of the text > go to Menu > Format > choose either Superscript/Subscript or open Capitalization and choose a capitalization mode you want to apply to the selected text. Do the same actions if you are about to start writing to preliminarily apply the chosen mode all your further written text
2) Apply shortcuts to all or some of abovementioned basic properties of the text. Press F1 > choose the property > assign a shortcut and use when it is necessary
- Fixed the bug with saving to Google Drive
- Other minor bug fixes and improvements


Write! 1.55.0
- Added an HTML import. It means when copy and paste text into Write!, the app will copy the styles in the way it will look as similar as possible to the original ones e.g. the text preset, color, citations etc. In order to paste the text without styles, use the key combination Ctrl+Shift+V (??V on Mac)
- Fixed a bug in a tab context menu
- Fixed a bug with saving user’s custom shortcuts
- Fixed some minor issues with Copy as HTML functionality
- Fixed typewriting scrolling bug, namely, typewriter scrolling center position was fixed
- Fixed a bug with setting up a default spellchecker dictionary on Mac. From now, upon the first launch of Write! the only dictionary that matches a keyboard layout will be set up automatically
- If you want to add more spellchecker dictionaries, go to Menu > File > Settings > Spellchecker > select any language you need from the list


Write! 1.54.1
- Added an Fcitx input method on Linux. Fcitx (Flexible Input Method Framework) is an input method framework with extension support, which provides an interface for entering characters of different scripts in applications using a variety of mapping system
- Added an ability to copy a word when the cursor is inside the word. Now, it is not necessary to select the whole word and then copy it, just put the cursor anywhere in the word and press Ctrl+C (⌘+С on Mac)

Updated the following dictionaries:
- Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, English (UK), Spanish, Estonian, French, Croatian, Italian, Latin, Lithuanian, Latvian, Macedonian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Swedish, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Improved Autosave Functionality
- Some users might have faced with a rare bug of a sluggish typing. In this release we have fixed it
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.53
- Added an ability to remember the folder path for the draft when creating a document through the Local Documents Panel. For example, when creating a new document using a context menu in a Local Panel, this new document won’t be shown in the folder immediately, you can see it on the side panel after pressing Save(Ctrl+S or ⌘+S on Mac)
- Added an ability to delete a local file through side panel or tab context menu. When deleting the local file, Write! moves it to the Recycle Bin together with its draft. Usually, the draft contains the part of the document that wasn’t saved by you. This is needed in case the document was removed accidentally without saving the last changes and need to be restored. In case you want to restore the documents from the recycle bin, the best way to do it, select files that you want to restore and drag-and-drop to a folder of your choice
- Added an ability to rename a local file through side panel (F2) or tab context menu (Ctrl+R or ⌘+R on Mac). To do so, right-click on the tab with the document > Rename
- Added an option to copy text as clean HTML without CSS and classes. It might be helpful for those of you who are avid users of the WordPress and other blog platforms, and want your text to be perfectly inserted to your blog
- Fixed the bug with a default saving format
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.52
- Added emoji and text dictation support
- Added an ability to create folders in the Local Documents Panel. To create a new folder, open the context menu > New Folder
- Added an ability to rename folders in the Local Documents Panel. For this, right-click on the folder > Rename
- Added an ability to remove a folder from a Recent Folders list. To remove the folder, click on the folder in a header part of the Local Documents side bar and in a drop-down list choose “Close Folder”. By choosing “Close Other Folders” you will remove all the folders from the Recent Folders list except currently open one
- Added an ability to edit almost all previously locked keyboard shortcuts, for example, Ctrl+N, Ctrl+Shift+N (⌘N, ⌃⌘N on Mac OS) and so on
- Small changes in the autocomplete settings
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.51
- Added an action Set as Root to the Local Panel folders. To set a root folder, right click on it and press Set as Root. Additionally, you can assign a shortcut for this action
- Added a Recent Folders list in the Local Documents Panel (F5)
- The idea behind this feature is that the latest opened 10 root folders (that were chosen using Set as Root or Open Folder) will be shown in the drop-down list when clicking on the folder in a header part of the Local Documents side bar

There are 2 shortcuts that were created to help you in navigating through the list
- Reopen Previous Folder (Ctrl+Shift+R / ??R) – to switch between active and the first item in the list of Recent Folders
- Toggle Recent Folders (Ctrl+Alt+R / ??R) – to select/go through all the folders one by one in the list of Recent Folders
- The list of the Recent Folders remains the same even after the restart of the app. You can clean the list manually through the context menu. In the next update, we will bring the option to clear recent folders one by one

Other features covered in this release:
- Added an ability to set a shortcut for a Log Out action. It will be useful for those of you who want to lock access to private data stored in Write! in case one computer being shared
- Added an “Open Location” item to the Local Documents Panel. To see/use it, right-click on the name of any item in the Local Panel (a default file manager window will be open)
- Other minor improvements and bug fixes


Write! 1.50

Displaying the local documents in the side panel:
- Local documents panel is created to make your working experience with local documents more delightful. Using Local panel you can browse/open/save all your local files across various project folders in your system using one interface. Pressing F4, F5 you can easily switch between Cloud and Local panels of documents, where F4 remains to be responsible for Cloud documents panel, F5 – Local documents panel (alternatively, go to Menu > View > Show Local Panel)
- By using a Ctrl+Shift+O (on MacOS) shortcut you can set a root folder for further work with documents. Please note, you can see only those files that are supported by Write!
- We continue working on the improvements of the Local documents folders as well as Cloud Panel, stay tuned to our future updates

Other features covered in this release:
- Significant acceleration of the Cloud operation. Cloud has become much faster and more responsive
- Fixed an ability to toggle markdown on/off with Ctrl+M
- Fixed import/export of multilevel lists from the markup / to the markup
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.49
- Improved overall work with tabs. When you open a new tab using a Cross-reference or view a document in a markup, the new tab will be open next to the currently open one. After you are done working with this new tab and close it, Write! brings you back to the previously active tab
- Improved documents loading. Now, when switching between session the last active document will always load in this session at the first place. These changes are the most helpful for those who work with a big number of tabs and need to switch often between different sessions
- Added a support of Strikethrough tag in Markdown, you can find how to use this element by pressing F1 > Markup
- Added actions to copy content in Markdown, Wiki and Textile markup languages, to do so, go to Menu > Edit > Copy as > choose the action from the list
- Small changes in the autocomplete settings
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.48.1

Create a cross-reference of Cloud documents:
- Cross-reference allows you to link different Cloud documents within Write!. For example, while creating a document, you want to refer to another earlier created file. You can create a cross-link in 2 ways: type in “@” symbol and choose a document from a drop-down list and select a document in a Cloud panel > right-click on it > Insert Cross-reference

Other features covered in this release:
- Removed “Activate Tab” shortcuts that allowed switching tabs by pressing Alt+1… Alt+9. To assign new shortcuts responsible for this function, press F1 > find “Activate Tab 1…9” > input any convenient key combinations
- Added a saving export format by default. Write! remembers the last exporting format and suggests you save current document in the same format (“Save As” option works the same way)
- Improved the work with counters. Now after the limit is exceeded you will be informed with an audible signal and icon will change its color to red after. Now, by selecting a text fragment in the panel with the counters you can see the data for this particular text fragment
- Improved the way a Spellchecker worked. Now, space will be added automatically after each word typed in using Spellchecker
- Improved an overall working flow with tabs. When you have many tabs open, it became easier to switch between them using a mouse. Now we don’t show a Close icon when you hover over the tab, thus you don’t need to worry that the tab will be closed accidentally
- A mouse pointer is hidden upon typing. Now, the mouse cursor disappears when you start typing and appears again instantly when you move the mouse
- Fixed a bug with saving local files to Dropbox
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.47.0
- Change the logic of switching between window modes by pressing F9, now by pressing it the Write! window switches only between 2 modes: normal (default) and notes (mini)
- Changed the way a Maximized mode worked on Windows. Now, by pressing the maximize button, Write! maximizes its window, but the Windows taskbar remains visible (in comparison to, when opening a Fullscreen mode by pressing F11, the Windows sidebar is hidden)
- Improved a “Copy as HTML” feature
- Added an “Open Document Location” action for cloud documents. Right-click on the tab with the open document and choose “Open document location”. This function may be a great help if you have many documents in the Cloud and want to find one of them for further actions (e.g. move to the folder etc.). This function works for local documents as well
- Removed the Ctrl+Alt+C shortcut which was responsible for a “Copy as HTML” function. To assign a new shortcut for this function, press F1 > find “Copy as HTML” > input any convenient key combination
- Added an ability to assign shortcuts for Upper Case and Lower Case, they are empty by default
- Improved an autocomplete and spell-checker functionality
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.46.0
- Added an ability to switch between normal (default), notes (mini), and maximized modes by pressing F9; and activate/deactivate Fullscreen mode by pressing F11
- Added an ability to “remember” current and previously visited tabs and jump between them by pressing Alt+Left/Right
- Fixed the bug with the inconsistency of leading sizes with headings
- Improved a document export in HTML format (Ctrl+Shift+E)
- Added an option to copy text as HTML. To do so, select the text, go to Menu > Edit > Copy as HTML, or press Ctrl+Alt+C
- Added .mdown save format
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.45.0
- Added “Open Document Location” for local files to a tab’s contextual menu
- Added an option to clear the input for Medium token
- Added an ability to switch tabs by pressing Alt+1… Alt+9, where 1…9 are tabs’ number accordingly; Alt+0 activates the last tab regardless of the tabs quantity
- Added .markdown save format
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.44.0
- Added an ability to “remember” Cloud folders expansion for next session
- Added a shortcut ‘Show Document Statistics’ to the shortcuts manager. The shortcut isn’t set up by default; to set it, press F1, find it in the list of shortcuts, add a key combination and press ‘Save’
- Added the display of status bar in mini mode
- Added an option to set a default save format, e.g. .md, .txt, .wtt. To choose a file format you want to be always set up by default, go to Settings (Alt+Enter) > Advanced > Default saving format > (choose the file format) > Save
- Added an option to reset shortcuts
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.42.0
- Fixed the bug with the F7 spellcheker shortcut that skipped a word without correcting it when a cursor was in the middle of it
- Fixed the bug with the spellchecker that suggested corrections within folded paragraphs without unfolding them
- Fixed the visual bug on Linux which caused the sub-menu to disappear or blink
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.41.0
- Fixed the bug which caused Write! to crash when searching through folded paragraphs
- Fixed the issue with typewriter scrolling that caused the cursor position to “jump” when making a line break
- Fixed the visual bug that made Main menu overlay the Search form
- Fixed the bug tabs being duplicated
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.40.0
- Added an ability to align text to right, left, center or justify it. You may find the option under the Format menu
- Added an ability to insert first line indent (the Tab key) without the paragraph break
- Added options of spellchecking next/previous typo under the Tools menu
- Fixed the bug that made it impossible to remove the first item of a list with the backspace key
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.39.0
- Fixed the bug with excessive data consumption in the background of the application
- Fixed the bug with an extra space that appeared after applying Markdown headers
- Improved the way documents are sorted in the Cloud panel
- Decreased the launch time
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.38.0
- Added an ability to save documents directly to the format you opened them in without the necessity to export
- Released Write! for Linux 32-bit
- Fixed the bug with circumflex accent ^ and ï , which was not possible to type in Write
- Fixed the bug with productivity counters on Linux
- Fixed the bug with text formatting on Linux
- Reworked conflict dialog boxes
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.37.0
- Added an ability to select multiple documents in the Cloud panel. All works as you expect it to – hold the Ctrl button and left-click to select a few documents
- Fixed the bug with folders being collapsed when moving a nested document to the recycle bin
- Refactored the proxy mechanism
- Other minor fixes


Write! 1.34.0
- Added keyboard typing sounds
- Fixed the issue with dots in documents’ names
- Fixed occasional app suspension
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.33.0
- A state of Focus Mode is now saved on your PC even when the app is restarted
- Fixed some issues with the Document Outline feature
- Fixed the issue with Proxy settings and inability to set the proxies
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.32.0
- Change log not available for this version


Write! 1.31.0

Document Outline & Navigation:
- Write! now recognizes headers of all levels in your documents and uses them to create an outline that you could use to jump to different parts of your document without needing to scroll. It is a convenient time saver for browsing through lengthy documents.
- The outline appears in the Cloud panel and can be viewed for documents that are open in the current session (the documents that are in tabs). In order to show/hide the outline, click the arrow next to a document’s icon.

As mentioned above, you need to have headers in your document so that Write! could create an outline. Here are the ways to create headers of different levels in Write!:
- Go to the Contextual menu > Text Formatting Tab (Ctrl+Space or right click) and select the level of the header you need;
- Use Ctrl+1, Ctrl+2 etc to create a header of the first, second etc level (on macOS Command+1, Command+2 etc);
- By means of Markdown, Wiki, or Textile syntax. An example of creating a header of the first level with Textile is as follows: “h1._space_Some header” and the phrase “Some header” will be automatically rendered to the header of the first level. For more info on how to use Markdown, Wiki and Textile go to Help (F1)
- Once you have at least one header, Write! will automatically recognize it to make an outline. Clicking a header will move you to exactly that part of the document


Write! 1.29.0
- Added text zoom in/zoom out option
- Fixed the bug with text formatting being not applied
- Fixed the issue with text scrolling under some particular conditions
- Fixed the visual bug with Cloud panel
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.27.0
- The feature requested by our customer: “It would be great if you could label parts of the text. With that ability you could easily label parts with different colors to highlight, find for example easily key situations within your text.”
- Fixed the issue when system buttons sometimes overlaid Write!’s UI on Windows 7
- Made some adjustments to the Contextual Menu layout
 - Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.22.0
- Improved per-monitor display scaling on Windows 10
- Fixed the bug that triggered Autocomplete even though it was disabled
- Added the ability to open File Menu with the Alt+F shortcut and navigate the Main Menu with arrows
- Added the ability to paste plain text and blocks of code without losing line indents and spaces
- Added an option to create local documents by means of the Ctrl+N shortcut and Cloud documents with the help of Ctrl+Shift+N
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.19.0
- Added the option to open documents with a double-click on macOS
- Added the missing menu item – New Local Document – on macOS build
- Fixed the bug that suspended the app after pressing F11 on some Surface devices
- Fixed the visual bug with bullet lists
- Fixed the Spellchecker menu scrollbar bug
- Changed names of some Main Menu items
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.18.0
- Added an ability to work offline for two weeks without the compulsory login. After two weeks, the security-check login is required
- Fix laggy scrolling on macOS
- Fixed the Autocomplete not completing words beginning with capitalized letters
- Fixed the incorrect color of tabs in Settings
- Fixed occasional crashes on some macOS devices
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.15.0
- Added the option to launch Write! on system startup
- Added Proxy Settings tab to Settings
- Changed hotkey that opens the Keyboard Shortcuts Manager on macOS to ⌃+?
- Changed hotkey that opens Settings on macOS to ⌘+,
- Fixed Fold (Ctrl+Shift+) shortcuts
- Fixed issues occurring upon first startup on Yosemite and El Capitan
- Fixed tooltip display when hovering on a Cloud document on macOS
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.14.2
- Added the ability to download documents shared with the Publish feature
- Added the ability to create links via Ctrl+K
- Added support for Thai
- Added the ability to input text with the Help window open
- Added a mechanism that prevents Write! from crashing when too many local documents are opened at once
- Removed limit for displayed Autocomplete suggestions
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.14.1
- Added document information to be displayed when hovering over a document in search
- Automatic list formatting and header formatting are now optional and reversible with Ctrl+Z
- Added ‘Close All Documents’ and ‘Close Other Documents’ to tab context menu
- Fixed synchronization bug resulting in error message being displayed
- Fixed bug where highlight markers wouldn’t work after moving a text fragment
- Fixed .pdf and .docx exporting from the ‘My Stuff’ tab in the members area


Write! 1.14.0
Implemented the option to create offline documents. There are now several ways to create a locally stored document:
- By using a shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+N);
- By clicking ‘New Local Document’ in the File menu or a tab’s context menu;
- By holding down Ctrl and clicking the + button next to the rightmost open tab;
- Added ‘Reopen Closed Tab’ option to the context menu;
- Added Enter key support for confirming Autocomplete suggestions on Mac;
- Optimized Note-taking mode to work better with high DPI monitors;
- Optimized Settings window positioning on dual monitor setups;
- Fixed the issue where autocomplete caused Write! to freeze when typing certain words preceded by an em dash;
- Fixed the issue with Focus mode highlighting two paragraphs at once.


Write! 1.13.0
- Reworked interactions with misspelled words
- Reworked text highlighting mechanism
- Fixed error with Welcome page being shown on every startup
- Fixed crashing issues for several scenarios on Mac clients
- Fixed Twitter login issue


Write! 1.12.0
- Ctrl+0 resets paragraph styles like headers, quote, emphasized, code, and list formatting to regular text
- Clear Formatting’ in the context menu resets text formatting like bold, light, italic, underlined, strikethrough, upper case and lower case
- Folding text under headings is now available in its own context menu. Right-click next to a header to open it
- Show folding markers’ option has been added to Settings. They will always be displayed with this setting enabled, and only shown upon hover when disabled
- You can now place unanchored hotlinks. Press Ctrl+Space and input your link into the Hyperlink field
- Fixed the bug with text selecting inside lists
- Fixed text entry issue after pressing Tab key while renaming document
- Fixed Cloud connection issues on Mac clients
- Other minor bug fixes


Write! 1.11.0
- Ctrl+` when Write! is in the background will now bring up Write! on top, instead of minimizing it
- Added recently closed documents functionality and a shortcut to open the last closed tab: Ctrl/⌘+Shift+T
- New icons in the preset panel
- List processing reworked to remove several issues and improve overall experience
- Spellchecker fixes: the way dictionaries load has been refactored, so it’s faster; pasted links are no longer marked as incorrect, and a visual bug has been fixed
- Tab activation issues during document sync and after document deletion
- Scrolling area was broaden to the whole app’s window
- A bug where opening documents from the Cloud Panel with search enabled caused the search term to be highlighted
- App no longer crashes when trying to launch another instance of it
- Fixed the issue with color palette when switching between light and dark themes
- ‘Hide Write!’ in the context menu was fixed
- ‘Quit and Save As’ removed as a menu option
- Other minor bug fixes


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