UWP applications are the constant recipients of new functionality. This is, obviously, a good thing for those of us who’d like to build a meaningful user experience a la WPF or WinForms.
My first experience with writing Version Adaptive Code comes as a result of trying to remove the super-annoying selection flyout in the RichEditBox (which, unsurprisingly, I use for editing in eclecdec). This appeared in the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (1809), and has been driving me crazy, because I already provide the formatting options in the eclecdec ribbon, and I find it gets in my way and disturbs my flow:
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This version is now in the Windows Store. There are only a couple of minor changes:
- Cards can now be imported/exported in HTML and plain text format as well as RTF and Word
- Included one time non obtrusive dialog box to beg for rating
The first item – import/export changes – are an attempt to make it easier to get “stuff” into and out of eclecdec. Individual cards, specifically, in this case. Primarily, I’ve been using this to exchange cards with eclecdec for Android, which I haven’t written about yet here, and which (yeah, I know) uses a different storage format than eclecdec for Windows. More on the dichotomy between the two applications (usage patterns as well as functionality) in the New Year.
The second item should be self-explanatory. Please rate the app if you use it.