But I haven't committed and pushed it yet. Also, please note that this plugin was rather a quick hack. There are a bunch of things on the todo list that I want to finish up before this plugin will be version 1.0.0.
One of the major things is refactoring. As you can see most of the code is duplicated for mark and strikethrough, which is a very bad coding style.
I only made it available, because a few people on this forum wanted this functionality.
I can't believe I missed this post. Thanks for this plugin !
I use striketrough and mark text dozens of times a day, and now it will be much much less tedious. Time saver !
(Sometimes I was switching to the Rich Text Editor, but some formating were lost when switching back)
I'm not so keen on changing the defaults. These combinations or some variation of them are usually associated with something else:
H - hide app, window
X - close, exit, cut
But that's why you can change them to your liking.
FYI: I picked them for a reason: Cmd+Shift+Y wasn't used yet, so it made sense at that time. And U for strikethrUUUUUUUU. Also Cmd+U is used for underline, thus if you use shift, you basically lift the line to the middle.
I want to use Joplin to create my own English grammar notebook and having more options to distinguish text is essential for me. Only basic options such as here on forum, or such as Joplin has would dramatically limit the ability to use Joplin for my purpose.
By writing this I want to emphasize that very basic features can determine whether a program can fulfill a certain purpose or not. Please, take it into consideration.
Cross-out feature, more text coloring and text background color options, upper index, strike-through, underline, etc. Whatever you add, someone will find it useful.
Actually, it would be nice to have such icons to color font as they are in for example LibreOffice Writer and with the same functionality. I believe it is a standard way of handling coloring text in many applications.
Also it would be nice to have plugins to create predefined, custom styles of formatting text, similar to text styles in MS Word and to create predefined, custom text separators, for example: -------------------------
or whatever can be predefined. I imagine I could add an icon to editor with predefined style or separator.
I am perfectly aware that Joplin is not a text editor, like MS Word or LO Writer but anyway, options to distinguish text can greatly enhance usability of the program.
I used the standard icons from fa. I did not make them bold. I think the default toolbar icons (from Joplin core) do use a different icon set. I do not know, if there are suitable icons in that set nor do I know if I can access them via a plugin. I have to check the code.
The default toolbar is using icomoon, but the icons I'd need are not included.
Maybe I can add an option to use alternative icons instead, but it is not high on my priority list. I'd accept a PR though.