- Visually, this is a very "clean" (and good looking) application; in a world of over-featured web junk, this is most refreshing.
- Similarly, the functionality of the application is represented excellently by the clear design and layout: I always know where to go and what button to click.
- I use ReStructured Text all the time; any notes I take for everything, I write using rst (and I have already used rst2a a great deal).
- This applications is most useful: it can output my rst text to styled HTML or PDFs, it handles unicode well, and new styles can be defined and uploaded.
Now, to encourage them to commit a crime which I have just decried, perhaps they could a feature I would use: slide show output. This would increase the output formats from two to three: HTML, HTML Slideshow, and PDF. That's not too bad, is it?