I should have been more clear, my apologies.
First time user here, installed yesterday to try out Joplin since its feature set is right up my alley. I am very happy to see E2EE and nextcloud support!
In my testing, I was just clicking all the buttons on the main editing interface to get a feel for Joplin. When I clicked the external editor button, windows popped up the “which default program to use” dialog, and without thinking, I selected Chrome. Oops. From that point onward, it opened all the files in chrome, which isn’t super useful
I did some digging and discovered the “Text editor command” property in the settings, which I promptly attempted to drop NP++ in. Unfortunately my install path has a space in it, and regardless if I use double quotes around the full path or not, I get this error:
Is there a way to reset the default editor (the one used when one is not specified in the Joplin settings)? Is that config stored in Joplin or in Windows? I tried looking in %appdata%, reinstalling, etc, but it never reset away from Chrome, and I never saw the window pop back up again. Perhaps my solution will just be moving NP++ to a directory without a space in it, unless I’m using the double quotes wrong.
Thanks for the quick reply and for developing this tool! It looks really promising!