@magicroundabout It’s not an either Iceberg or Gutenberg but more like the old distraction free writing mode. It excels in very specific situations when you 1) just want to write and 2) have MarkDown ingrained in your brain. You can switch the editor depending on different contexts of work.
@magicroundabout It’s a nice markdown editor and covers about 90% of what I need to do when creating a WordPress post. I wish there was a way to do links and insert images and then I would be set. Not worth $49 for me as I don’t write enough to justify it.
@magicroundabout My theory is grease from my fingers stays on the key caps which gets on the screen. I just ran an alcohol pad over screen and keyboard and everything looks great again.
@magicroundabout Their company culture values creating new things over continually improving and maintaining old things.
(I’ve never used it but it sounds like it fits your needs)
@magicroundabout I’ve been trying to ask open-ended opinion questions and I seem to get a lot of responses
@magicroundabout Or Sears from 100 years ago
Using Tinkerwell for local WordPress tinkering looks really neat.
I wonder if anyone has gotten to work with Local by Flywheel which I use for local WordPress development.
Is there a way to get Tinkerwell working with Local by Flywheel which I use for local PHP development?