Many of us are using remote typesetters to produce PDFs of LaTeX documents. If I have a PDF in the same directory as a Tex file with the same name, it would be great for Textastic to treat it as a "remote file preview" so that I can browse the PDF when activating the preview window
i.e. I don't like that HTML5 inserts <br /> instead of <br>. That's HTML 4 code. I also prefer tab over double space. If I could see what currently exists as a default, and could edit it and save it as a custom template, that would be really useful to me.
I would use this feature most with cdnjs, and it would be useful for github also.
In Fortran, any line starting with a star is a comment line. Textastic does not honour that as exemplified by the following example.
Note how Fortran keywords are highlighted, clearly showing Textastic believes this is regular code instead of a comment block. It gets however worse the comment features one lone single quote:
Textastic believes that the single quote starts a string and it highlights everything following it as a string. Not shown on this picture but the string highlighting only stops at the very end of the file about 300 lines further down!
As a result, Textatic Fortran syntax highlighting is unusable in practice.
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