September 5, 2019

More fixes and small additions

Chris @cvi

Things that have been added in the last version:

  • Mobile UI has been finalised, issues fixed. I hope it works well ( I've been using it myself on the road) until native apps will be developed. I would appreciate any mobile-related feedback from people that have signed up.

  • Added quick table creation and code highlighting buttons in the markdown editor toolbar

  • Minor performance fixes

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