Joplin version 2.7.15, OS Ubuntu
When I upgraded to the latest version of Joplin, I noticed that the previously "experimental" WYSIWYG editor was now the default, and there was no way to enter notes as plain Markdown (that I could find).
The whole reason I started using Joplin was because I could enter the notes as Markdown - I'm very familiar with MD, and it's easier for me than having to memorize keystrokes to format messages. Now, I find I have to use a WYSIWYG editor like every other application, which makes Joplin of very little use for me.
My question: Is there a way to turn off the WYSIWYG editor so I can enter plain Markdown (other than editing it in an external editor)? To be honest, this is a deal-breaker for me if I can't.