Originally Posted by Valloric
Actually that's me, not Qt. I like the "\#" notation, it comes from sed. I like sed.
Aaah! Gotcha! I knew it in my bones that wasn't very standard
Now that I've you on the line, lets talk about SIGIL "philosophy": I've been thinking about what you said about the program sticking to the "Editor" tool concept. Let say that the program has now 2 clear edition "layers":
- One "high level", user friendly, WYSISWYG related layer.
- Other "low level" advanced user, CODE related layer.
Perhaps the program will become an original & powerful tool if it develops functionalities in an in-between "layer". For example: beign able to manage a library of personal CSS styles to apply them over existing CSS styles generated by conversion software.