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Old 02-03-2021, 05:15 AM   #50
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Originally Posted by pazos View Post
This. Vim, nano or kakoune are great text editors for plain text (including markdown) but don't replace Focuswriter, Libreoffice or any other WYSIWYG text processor.
I almost always look at writing and formatting as two different "jobs" now. I write in a text editor (Jstar or Fountain-Mode in Emacs) and format it in a variety of command line or GUI "formatters." (Very rarely LibreOffice now.)
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