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.
Which app should you use when you want styled or Rich Text to remain readable whether it’s displayed in Light or Dark Mode?
You open a Secure Note or other text, only to see its content seems to have vanished when viewed in Dark Mode. Here’s how to fix it.
Not mentioned in the release notes, the new version of TextEdit is a bold attempt to provide a Dark Mode which is infuriating, confusing, and inconsistent. Avoid it.
Gets your Rich Text documents working properly in Light and Dark modes, and extensive support for editing, including live word and character count.
Now lets you set your own default font and size applied to all new windows, and offers better reduced contrast appearance in both Dark and Light modes.
How to extend TextEdit to create bi-modal text, and add more styles to DelightEd, TextEdit, and other apps. And how to use Font Traits.
First candidate for a final release, this counts the words and characters in your Rich Text as you type or edit them.