Elements – one of the nicer text editor apps available for iPad and iOS – has had another update this week, to Version 2.0.1.
My favorite new feature, and the one that has been most requested by users, is the ability change the linked Dropbox folder. So you no longer have to live with the default of /Elements.
You can also now adjust margin settings and make use of a new dark theme if that suits your taste.
Here’s the full change list for this new version:
* [NEW] Added support for changing the linked Dropbox folder.
* [NEW] Added setting for iPad users to adjust the margins of the editor. iPhone users have default margins because of the smaller phone size.
* [NEW] Added bottom toolbar to the iPad editor.
* [NEW] Added in-app documentation.
* [NEW] Added a dark theme.
* [CHANGE] Removed the text color setting.
* [FIX] HTML Exporter now sets UTF-8 as its character set.
* [FIX] Fixed Tumblr crash when users with private blogs tried to authenticate.
* [FIX] Fixed another obscure crasher with Tumblr publishing.
* [FIX] Fixed logging out to properly clear out cached versions of files.
* [FIX] Fixed some button pressed states to not highlight in the file editor view.
* [FIX] Fixed a variety of rotation issues with exporting and publishing.
* [FIX] Fixed the background color of the appearance view controller.
* [FIX] Fixed a rendering issue with the corners of grouped table views with custom background colors.
* [FIX] Miscellaneous user interface improvements for certain users.
* [FIX] Cleaned up the memory footprint of the app in various spots.
Here’s an App Store link for Elements (full name: Elements – Dropbox and Markdown Powered Text Editor); it’s priced at $4.99.