Norm, I just now read your Bloc post about the Solis code editor. What does Solis enable me to do that I cannot do through Blocs? Obviously, it allows me to edit code to my hearts content, as would BBEdit, and it seems you are differentiating your code editor from BBEdit and similar code editors in a way that offers features in Solis which aren’t offered in other code editors. But what I find appealing about Blocs is it’s simplicity. It’s like the old promise of SoftPress Freeway which said, “For those who don’t see the world as code.” Hence, I am not necessarily excited over a mere code editor UNLESS such an editor is really required to expand the functionality of Blocs (add functionality to websites created in Blocs), yet in a way that non-coders can handle. For example, in Freeway, there’s something called the “HTML Markup dialog box” which allows Freeway users to add a splattering of code to "Before " or “after </BODY” and so on. I often use this when there is no Freeway Action that empowers me with the functionality I need.
So in summary, I am trying to see how Solis will directly benefit Blocs users who don’t see the world as code. What can non-coders do with Solis?