I don't like rich text and don't use it anywhere, even in documents. Is there an option to disable it? For example, when I write numbered lists, the numbers are automatically "enriched". It breaks all my workflow because I need Asciidoctor/Markdown syntax for my lists. Also, it is very distracting.
As I discovered, this feature was _removed_ in 2.7.1 (CintaNotes 2.7: Options → Editor → Text formatting). I think it was a bad idea. A lot of technical-skilled people don't like Microsoft-Word-like ways to deal with text. Instead, lightweight markup languages like LaTeX, Asciidoctor, and Markdown are their best friends. I don't think we really _need_ Markdown in CintaNotes (although it would be great) - it could be too hard to add the parser/renderer and redesign the UI. But at least, please, give us back the option to use _simple plain text_, that is, to use Markdown or Asciidoctor _syntaxes_ (without the appropriate parsing and rendering).
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