A common requirement in modern User Interfaces is to display basic Rich Text/HTML descriptive content to the user. For example you might want to bold part of a piece of text to highlight something for the user or maybe display a bulleted list of items. Unfortunately, unlike Java Swing, standard JavaFX text components (TextField and … Continue reading Using a JavaFX WebView to display basic HTML content
I’ve had reports from a few users of QW that it sometimes goes nuts and starts looking, for want of a better word, trippy. That is multiple parts of the user interface appear to overlap others. It’s ok, no one is spiking your tea with magic mushrooms. It’s something far more mundane. Unfortunately I don’t … Continue reading Is Quoll Writer looking psychedelic? It’s not you!
One question I’m frequently asked is “I’ve had to change computer, how do I move my projects to my computer?” Variations also include, “I’ve a new hard drive” and “I’ve had to restore my computer”. Quoll Writer stores your projects on your local hard drive. I have been asked about providing an online “cloud-like” service … Continue reading Moving your Quoll Writer projects to a new computer