ConstEdit Word Processor 3.1 is available

ConstEdit Word Processor is updated to 3.1, with new features for auto-hyphenation, and list-styles from emojis.
LOS ANGELES - May 10, 2021 - PRLog -- Change-log of this update :
  • Fixed. The toolbar user interface was affected by the injected stylesheet issue of Chrome web-browser.
  • Fixed. Inline Styles Dialog position was shifted downward, obscuring some doc content.
  • Fixed. Selecting "default" option in Paragraph > List Style did not have any effect.
  • Changed. Text > Symbols Page is reorganized, and new symbols / emojis have been added.
  • Changed. Cosmetic changes to the user interface.
  • Changed. Startup performance of the extension is slightly improved.
  • Added. Auto-Hyphenation for paragraphs is added to Design Html Stylesheets and Inline Styles Dialog.
  • Added. New Paragraph menu options to set the style of the current list / list-item to the specified symbol / emoji.
ConstEdit Html Word Processor

ConstEdit is a word processor that writes documents in the standard html internet webpage format. ConstEdit is different from other regular editors in that it fully implements the concept of section outlining and the separation of content authoring and formatting. Restructuring document sections is as easy as simple drag-and-drop's. Content formatting is fully automatic and is done on-the-fly through the use of external style-sheets.

ConstEdit runs in the form of a Google Chrome web-browser extension. It is not a standalone program. In this way, you can use ConstEdit in any desktop platform such as Windows, Linux and Mac, as long as you have a desktop Chrome web-browser installed.

You can check for more detail of the html word processor at our homepage :

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