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    New name and new logo: TextMatters is dead; long live WordsMatter! / The architecture has been redesigned to offer better performance, strong defense mechanisms, and allow a better understanding of the source code by developers. Scripts have been completely rewritten to limit legacy code and HTML is now used to build the skeleton of the application (vs. JavaScript before). / Essential features that TextMatters lacked, such as the ability to edit or delete a published post, have been implemented in WordsMatter. The workspace resizing features have been revised to offer more control.
    A verbose error handling policy has been implemented through a personalized dialog having rich interactions with the user and the user configuration is tested at each launch of the application to offer only the functionalities that can actually be used. / The user interface has been retouched to offer increased ease of use (better contrasts, layout optimization, etc.). / The lazy loading is automatically applied to the images during the generation of the post thanks to the native loading attribute. / Custom fonts (purely aesthetic), preview of code generated from the app (limited interest) as well as the ability to install the app as a PWA (template incompatible with prerequisite requirements) have been removed. / The documentation has been rewritten to facilitate its appropriation by users and developers. / WordsMatter version 2, formerly TextMatters, having been completely rewritten since version 1, backwards compatibility is not guaranteed.