I thought it was time for trying out Bulleted paragraphs, but, Wow, that was a trial and error. The bulleting seems to be fickle, in that, you highlight the text for several lines of text, and it puts a bullet on the line above where the text is highlighted, leaving the bullets on the highlighted text unaffected, instead of toggling off the bullets on the lines that are highlighted that already have bullets on them.
Also, using the text cursor in particular is a major problem, as it hops all over the place, and sometimes won't even sit at the end of a line of text, so you end up deleting the last but one letter, when you want to delete the one that is ACTUALLY at the end of the line of text. There is no keyboard method of highlighting text/words other than letter by letter it seems, certainly no well established method of doing so using Shift + 'other short-cut keyboard commands'.
There is still no, real-world reliability (it regularly goes into hyper-drive and locks my system), there is little in the way of continuity as I have mentioned above. There are still no real-world keyboard editing controls (like you find in a Powerful DeskTop Publishing program or Word Processor) and there are actually more accurate and better functioning text editing keyboard controls in this webpage comment editor input field than there are with Calimero - even after all this time.
When I 'Snapshot' the Calimero GUI on its own screen it does not save the GUI as a full screen, just enough to show the main part of the page and rulers/tools, which is not what Snapshot is supposed to do, and the same applies to the other sub-menus/tools windows as they don't save their window position/sizes either.
There is no option to ZOOM in on the page for fine control/positioning for either small text or precise positioning of an image.
Sadly, as has been mentioned already, if you are going to add features like enhancing text wrapping functions, then get the basics sorted out first of all before you move onto another function that just adds to the long list of partially-functioning/partially-completed features that you keep adding into Calimero.
One of the most important features for a DTP/Word Processor is . . . precise text/cursor control, which Calimero is missing in spadefulls. At least that's what I think.
It's your program, and you can of course do what you like with it, but if you carry on implementing features surely you want others to benefit from using it, and for you to be proud of having coded it, and for it to be considered reliable to use or others just won't bother using it.
I would like this program to succeed but you keep adding features to a program that has many features that don't function correctly already, so fix the ones that you have put in the program, before you add more features on top of the other ones that are only partially/poorly implemented. I am not going to try out this program any further as it just too frustrating using it, as the basic features need fixing first, which you don't seem to consider need fixing or are just not capable of fixing.
I dislike having to make such negative comments, but you keep doing the same thing, over and over again with Calimero, which is not making the program any more efficient or better to use.
It does import images OK, but I cannot find a way to 'stack' images one on top of the other manually, move them below or above another image, and there are of course still no cropping tools for the images.
I would not have called any of your versions higher than 0.x, nevermind v3.0, as to me the whole program is still very much in a Beta state due to its poor/unreliable functionality. I personally don't mention it to other people as it's not worthy of anyone trying out unless they want a headache, IMHO.
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