Just interested what the rationale is behind limiting the markdown editor to a monospace font?
I understand it’s value in code blocks, and in tables, but beyond those is it such a strong requirement? Most of my notes are just text and images, so it would be nice to have them in a more text-friendly font when editing. (Appreciate I can override it with the CSS but curious why the preference option for font is quite so strict - maybe I’m missing something about markdown.)
This has nothing to do with markdown, this requirement comes from the fact that Joplin uses ace-editor under the hood (specifically react-ace) which doesn’t support non-monospace fonts.
It would be great to have a new editor, but it will take a lot of work to integrate a new one and seeing how Joplin is developed by volunteers in their spare time, it’ll just take awhile.
Beyond that, it just makes sense. Markdown is unformatted, the rendered document is formatted. I would say almost all text editors that edit source code (XML, HTML, Markdown, etc.) default to monospaced fonts.