Writing Apps for LaptopWrite apps for your laptop
This is the ingenious minimal-writing application. Number of characters and words as proposed by MarKooL. Enables text to be shared with other applications. Not printing or saving? To be honest, what good is a text editor if you can't do these two fundamental things? What should I do with a text that I cannot store or write to a document?
Twenty-one out of 22 found that useful. Twenty-three out of 25 found that useful. There''s no exporter, but that's not a text-editor. All you need is that you can type without distraction, and then crop and insert into words later. To me, continual counting of words is the characteristic that makes it worth it.
Then I can create the design for my story until I reach the required number of words, then I can crop and insert it and clear it up in words. Seventeen out of 18 found that useful. Although it should have a storage and an open options. I had my laptop turned off and when I turned it back on, my writing was over.
It' would be great if the application had the storage options so that its user wouldn't have to find any other way to get their letter. An open feature would also allow us to use this application with different types of documentation. Nineteen out of 21 found that useful. I may be, but I am not able to find a way to store it in a file or copy it into something else.
If you have a writing application that doesn't allow you to store or copy, why should you have it? Seven out of seven found that useful. All I like is the fact that you can't alter the look of words[as you can in words]. I like that you don't have to store it and you can just click on the application and the file will just be there.
Seven out of seven found that useful. It offers a convenient writing experience that is kind to the eye (especially in the dark). The missing functions for opening or saving files restricts the possibilities, however. I have not found a way to open or sort text, but you can use the charms of sharing to extract the text (depending on which applications you have installed).
Eleven out of 14 found that useful. I' ve been reading that you can't do anything about it. However, you can select the text, hold down Ctrl + C, and then insert it into a text editor. It' the only way I can get anything out of the application. Eleven out of 15 found that useful.
Fourteen of 22 found that useful. Two out of two found that useful.