Due to popular demand, we now have inline latex support! Didn't really expect that to be a popular demand, but, we have it!
The Help docs are everywhere now! They're in the Vault chooser! They're in the Settings! They're in the native system menus! And they now have their own button, a question mark next to Settings! This is probably technically under "Changes," but your docs writer is so excited about this that it goes under "Shiny new things", sorry devs.
We added an option to open in preview mode by default, with a customizable hotkey.
We made significant speed improvement to file explorer and tag panes. Users with a large number of notes will be most likely to be able to tell the difference, but every little bit helps.
There's also been significant speed improvements to large documents opening in preview mode.
Help docs now appear in the default directory where applications store data (which varies by OS), not in your vault.
Embedded attachment files no longer show up in Graph View. This should make navigating that significantly less noisy.
We made a bunch of aesthetic improvements to Graph View. We set a maximum zoom level to avoid blurry text, adjusted the fade amount, and now only apply a color circle when highlighting. The Graph View will also fall back to canvas rendering for older computers.
Now when you try to embed PDF, instead of nothing, you see a box with file name, and an icon to open it in your default app.
In the Community Themes tab, there's a switch so you can choose to only see themes compatable to the mode you're in.
No longer broken
We fixed various CSS related bugs where elements would superimpose, or otherwise get stuck on the left-most side of the editor when it's supposed to be indented.
We fixed a CSS bug wherein the editor would sometimes not properly render nested styles.
And we fixed the CSS so highlighted text in dark mode is no longer black, which was kind of the opposite of highlighting.
Also, footnotes now render correctly. And your humble docs writer finally remembered that inline footnotes are a thing, so those are documented now.
We fixed a rare issue where typing in nested lists caused linked panes to scroll down as you type.
We fixed the Quick Switcher not saving newly opened files in "recents".
We fixed an issue with notes sometimes closing when edited in another program that uses atomic writes. This seemed to most affect vim users, but it should be fixed for everyone.
We turned off spellchecker for filenames, because until we get spellchecker everywhere, that was just confusing.
Sometimes creating a partial link before another link would cause autocomplete to add gibberish. That should no longer happen.
The Home/End keys should go to a wrapped end of a line instead of the full line.
Now when switching to preview mode while the link autosuggester is open, the autosuggester will no longer hang around uselessly.
Sometimes the tag pane was empty for no reason. Now it will be as lush as it should be.