TextRoom is an open source basic full-screen rich text editor for writers.
TextRoom seeks to help you start writing right away by providing distraction free environment to your liking, as well as a familiar set of keyboard shortcuts to control its behavior.
The software is Qt based.
- Export your documents to Google Docs.
- MiniFlo mindmapper based on Flo by Ian Reinhart Geiser.
- GetAWord random word generator.
- MusicRoom – a very basic music player.
- Basic rich text editing: bold, italic, underline, and changing font, font size and color.
- Configurable statusbar colors and fonts.
- Configurable editor width and height.
- Configurable tab stop width and paragraph spacing.
- OpenOffice, Writer Document (odt) export.
- Insert images to your documents.
- Configurable behavior: full-screen on/off, auto save, flow mode (disable delete and backspace keys), load last document on startup, remember position in text for the last file.
- Insert current time and/or date in a configurable fashion.
- Live word count for all text and selected text.
- Live character count option.
- Configurable page count option.
- Live clock on statusbar.
- Keyboard shortcuts for the most common tasks.
- Typing sounds similar to a typewriter which can be disabled.
- Spellcheck with hunspell (US English and Turkish, for now.)
- Printing support.
- Background images.
- Transparent statusbar.
- File association with .txr files.
- Restoring all settings to defaults.
- Plain text only or rich text options.
- Line indent (Shift+Enter ignores indent).
- RTL support.
- Aligment (Right, Left, Centered and Justified).
- Cross-platform support.
Developer: Petar Toushkov, Omer Bahri Gordebak
License: GNU GPL v3
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