I really like the clean interface of Sparkle and would love to use it (I already bought it some time ago).
However, although I thought my web site project is quite simple, there are 4 things that I am afraid Sparkle cannot do. Am I correct in this assessment?
- The web site is mostly text, but this text must not have a fixed width. I.e. if the user changes the width of the browser window, the text should adapt.
- I need to set various OpenType features (stylistic sets etc.) of the web fonts I use. (I don’t expect Sparkle to have a GUI for the myriad possible font-feature-settings; being able to add custom CSS code would suffice.)
- That there’s both Command-V and Command-Shift-alt-V suggests that I could paste an RTF text (from e.g. TextEdit) and preserve bold and italic settings when using Command-V, but this does not work for me.
- (the not so simple one) I need a vertical menu in the style of e.g. the Help Viewer in macOS (unfortunately, I don’t know the name of this style of menu, if there is one) where I can access submenus by disclosure triangles that stay open, and where the currently active menu entry is visually accentuated, akin to a table of content. Ideally, there would also be more than 2 hierarchy levels.