Many users of TB9 have requested a super-simple note styling option (1) that does not include double-line spacing by default and (2) that provides more options for user-controlled note styling (fonts, font sizes, centering, tables, etc.)
Others have requested options for plain code editing and wiki-style mark-down editing.
Still others have requested cleaner HTML code in the notes, with the option of viewing and editing the HTML code itself.
On multiple occasions Harlan has responded and explained that accommodating these requests will not be easy to do, they will take some time, and they were not (at the time) a current priority.
In light of this, I was wondering if TB staff have considered the option of adding multiple note editors that could provide the various note styling functions that have been requested, rather than trying to create one note editor that can accommodate a wide variety of different note styles?
I hasten to add I understand that having multiple note editors might create its own design and maintenance challenges, and I would understand if multiple note editors might not be a good fit with TheBrain's current design philosophy and intent.
However, I know this kind of application design is not unprecedented. For example, RightNote provides each of the following note editing style options:
At this (or some future) point in the development of TB9, I don't know if multiple note editors is anything TB staff would be willing to consider, but this would go a long way toward meeting the needs of a variety of different users (and use cases) without having to make difficult revisions to the existing note editor.
Just a thought I've been considering for some time now, and I will be interested in thoughts and feedback from users, staff and engineers.