A few days ago, I revealed that I was working on a new desktop editor for Lynx. The Windows editor was really starting to show its age, and I thought that an updated version of Lynx could be a great idea for my first Electron app. So, that led me to create Lynx Desktop Nova!
Lynx Desktop Nova for Windows
What's new? This version of Lynx adds a ton of exciting new features, such as undo/redo buttons, the ability to hide the log, inserting images, and more! I already covered a lot of the new features in my previous post, so you can read more about them there.
Neat! Is it coming to macOS and Linux? I hope to release Nova for macOS and Linux eventually. However, I'm mainly going to be focusing on the Windows version for now, as I want to iron out some of the bugs before I start releasing it on more platforms.
What about the Lynx Online Editor? I hope to replace the current online editor with the Nova editor pretty soon! Like I said before, I just want to make I've fixed most of Nova's major bugs and annoyances before I start releasing it for other platforms than Windows. Thankfully, because I used Electron to make the new editor, it should be pretty easy to replace the current online editor with the Nova editor when the time comes!
Anyway, I hope that clears up some of the questions you may have about the new version of Lynx, and I hope you're excited to try it out!
Lynx Desktop Nova is now available for download on the all-new Lynx page. Enjoy!