For awhile the Text Trix editor, a cross-platform software focusing on user-friendly file and text navigation, could display pre-formatted styled text, but now one's own styled text can be created and formatted within the editor.
The editor now offers a formatted text menu and icons, as well as an automatic view switcher for html viewing and saving. Font style, size, color, and alignment can be changed through a new format menu. Files can also be viewed side-by-side through multiple instances of the Text Trix main window. Other changes include a syntax highlighter preference option and fixes for contextual scrolling and remembering auto-indent file extensions.
Note also the addition of a build timestamp in the About screen and other packaging and build improvements under the hood. Much thanks to John Kozalan for spearheading the formatted text additions.