Looking good so far - Been watching the commits, some very nifty options and changes. Well done guys
My useless comments so far:
- Back button - perhaps move to the view toolbar?
- Insert anchor/link - these look like they should be in the insert toolbar?
- Regex options in the search menu - perhaps bump this up to under search/replace (in the group?). Seems strange at the bottom.
- Tools menu - Move 'check for well formed errors' into the same group as spellcheck?
- Tools menu - Move metadata editor to the ToC/index group?
- Search menu - 'Go to line', does it need to be in its own group?
- Case modifiers - 'Propercase' sounds a bit strange - while it's not really title case, most editors call it title case.
- Preferences - 'Clean Source' - does it needs its own pane? Seems a bit odd, but nothing wrong if it'll stay there in the long term.
- Clips - Yup, more semantics! Most editors call these snippets, which to me makes a lot more sense and does not confuse with clipboard management stuff, which is fairly common (and something I will never understand).
- Search editor - 'Search preset editor'? or something similar. I love semantics, it's true.
Relating to icons. I am offering to do this work (in rasters) if it helps!:
- Insert anchor - The flag kinda makes sense, but anchors make more sense
- Insert character - The omega isn't bad, but for desktop stuff isn't the accented 'a' icon more common?
- General comment on all the insert icons - They could do with a more uniform look, with a little + or something?
- Case modifier icons - They don't really make sense.
- Add existing files - Makes sense but looks kinda odd.
- Metadata editor - A bit meh, maybe put the info 'i' over a book?
- Chapter break/marker - could do with new icons which offer a suggestion to the functions.
But yeah - all in all a real improvement, haven't got round to functionality, but it's getting rather powerful!
PS. Save split view and you guys will be heroes forevaaaah.
Edit : also, as posted above, everything about this is now fast. I'm not a person to care about load times or anything, but sigil opens faster than foobar... freakishly fast. I actually didn't see it load and launched a second copy because there was no launch feedback.