But one area I continue to struggle is the text width in a module that opens in a tab in my fullscreen workspace that is currently 1380ish pixels wide. So far my options have been to detach the tab and set it's width to a more manageable width, somewhere in the 660px range. This works okay, but I at times I end up with multiple windows that have the potential to become cumbersome when trying to navigate through them.
One thing I've done is when opening a module in my main workspace, I set the "browser" width for that module to be half the width of the window so that the main text width is more manageable and readable. Let me provide a screenshot of what I'm referring to in case it is not clear. It's not ideal but it does work.
Is it possible to implement Cascading Styles Sheets to the text or to Accordance? This would be ideal in that it would allow a high level of customization to the text. For instance I could set the maximum text width for a module to display. I could do this by setting the margin spacing.
The ability to adjust the spacing in the margin would be really nice and could be a workaround for the column view. One of the benefits of multiple columns is that it makes the text much more readable. BBEdit allows me to set the character width which really aids in code readability.
Here is a sample of what I would find ideal.
I'm not saying my solution is the best solution. I would like to hear input from others on this issue. Perhaps we could come up with a good solution in the meantime. Or maybe others have a better solution that mine.
Edited by Rick Yentzer, 23 March 2010 - 08:19 AM.