What are the differences, what can you do with each of the two formats, and when should you use them?
It may seem minor, but what TextEdit has been doing for the last 6 months is a travesty of what made the Mac.
Bringing code integrity checking at each app launch, and automatic checking and download of future updates.
Presenting two or more versions of the same text close together is a challenge. Here’s how I arrived at one solution, and implemented it.
Ever wished you could read an original and translation of text right next to one another? Now you can do it easily in this new version.
Printing now functions in Light Mode properly, and there are three different ways to generate better PDFs from Rich Text documents.
Save a Rich Text version of any PDF document, and explore its PDF code further, gaining clues as to potential problems and leakage, and more.
This Rich Text editor now opens and saves RTF, plain text, HTML, and PDF, in which it preserves as much text styling as possible.
All about textClipping and pictClipping files: what they are, and how to access the data within them.
Version 1.1 supports three file formats, but working with HTML is not easy, as it cannot (yet) support bimodal text.