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How do I make the app look like your screenshots? #389

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bdsams opened this Issue Dec 12, 2018 · 5 comments

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bdsams commented Dec 12, 2018

Hi,

I have installed the Advanced markdown editor, I am trying to make it look like your screenshot (attached) but cannot figure out how to do so? How do I hide the All Notes, Tags, and all the other stuff to make it look like the attached screenshot?

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mobitar commented Dec 12, 2018

Hey @bdsams, the screenshots here are meant to reflect the editors in isolation. However, you can still accomplish what you want using the "No Distraction" theme, which will eliminate most UI except for the editor panel.

You can also drag or double click the vertical resizers to hide the tags and notes column.

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bdsams commented Dec 12, 2018

Ah dang, thanks for the response...feat request, enable the option to make it look like the screen shots.

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mobitar commented Dec 12, 2018

Here's how the app looks with the No Distraction theme enabled:

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bdsams commented Dec 12, 2018

This is closer to what I was looking for, the minor issue is that you have to disable the view to regain access to searching navigation. If you could add a button like the attached image that expand the panel, that would probably solve my UI challenges.
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mobitar commented Dec 12, 2018

Yeah for sure, managing themes right now does require a bit of steps. Hoping to make this a 1-click ordeal in the near future.

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