Do Be Do Be Do.
To do is to Be. - Nietzsche To Be is to do. - Kant Do Be do Be do. - Sinatra
It's an attempt to amalgamate a bit of what we learned from the Rixedit iterations of late.
See the help file for further information, or the brief page online.
(Perhaps a =30= will be coming soon.)
What's different about Be?
The Be idea is to extrapolate document orientation full-out.
The idea, long ago, back in the day when Alan Kay ran the LRG at the Xerox PARC, was to choose between two paradigms. Action orientation and object orientation. Kay chose object orientation and coined the term.
Be.app is still object orientation, but it takes it full-out.
If you want to see what Be can do, start a file with Be.app, fill it in with random text, and place your caret (text selection) at some weird place, save the file, then exit Be and open the file again.
All possible attributes are saved in a per-file configuration. This is mostly on the Config menu. (Fonts are on another menu and/or found on the context menu, encoding's on the File menu.)
(BTW, FYI, FWIW: The colours on the Config menu are colours supported on both Dark Mode and Light Mode. They're rendered with different specs. You can still use colours from the standard menu, but results are undefined when changing modes. The menu item is however left for your discretion.)
You get alignment, background colour, character encoding, font, foreground colour, spell check, window frame, and your caret position and text selection, all saved when you save your file. On a per-file basis.
This is all restored when next you open your file.
Starting now, all 'past masters' - earlier releases of the ACP - are accessible to you through a special URL.
Take a look. Shop around. Note: This will be a commercial product as time goes on, but of course it's free to you. Cheers.