Immediate feedback - like the look of the new editor/app. The note list looks good and works well. Like others, I’d prefer to see which heading level I’m on rather than the three lines.
Toggling visible/invisible Markdown might be nice for users like me who are so used to the old style but I imagine I’ll get used to it.
The thing I immediately missed was using Cmd + ] and Cmd + [ to increase/decrease the level of the indented list. Any chance this could be added back - it’s in my muscle memory.
One more question - any reason tags now begin AND END with #?
Thanks - exciting developments.
Looking at Panda, it appears this has been moved to
ALT + CMD + [ and
ALT + CMD + ]. So it looks like the defaults have changed in Panda and I bet this is the same in Bear 2 as well.
But you can override the shortcuts in macOS and put them back the old way. You’ll want to override Edit → Move Left and Edit → Move Right. (You can use this same technique for most apps for most shortcuts on macOS. It’s great!)
We changed the shortcuts to ⌘⌥ to uniforms with the cell moving shortcuts inside the tables.
You can remap those as @xierox suggested.
We are investigating a possible bug that forces the # even when is not needed.
Thanks for the feedback.