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In order to make the life of our new users, almost two months ago we release Plato, our WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get Editor). Today we are very happy to announce the stable deployment of our new editor, Euclid! Euclid is an editor inspired by development IDEs (editors) and it’s focused on making life easier for those who like to really work on their layout and use the full power of World Anvil to create absolutely perfect to the pixel articles.
Euclid makes it easy to organize your content and distinguish between tags and the actual content. It also has the ability to indent your text to better visualize the structure of your work.
In addition to that, Euclid has a very smart and quick search system and it’s the only editor able to search for 2-word terms when you use the @ or [ systems to link article, maps, categories etc.
In order to change between editors, simply press ctrl+enter to get the Artemis Spotlight system to appear and the type “o int” (open interface settings)! From that page you will be able to choose if you want to use Plato, or Euclid!
Special thanks goes to CaptainFry for its implementation!