This is very good and has the potential to go forward.
It already has a few nice ideas built in, like scratchpad, and a few other tweaks over Q10.
With the cross-platforms development it would seem to have gone further than Q10.
Here is a list of features from the applications home website;
* MiniFlo mindmapper based on Flo by Ian Reinhart Geiser.
* GetAWord Random Word Generator for creative writers using a word list from here.
* MusicRoom, very basic music player. (Can't play mp3, but you are good with ogg.)
* basic rich text editing: bold, italic, and changing font, font size and color
* RTL support.
* Open Office Writer Document (odt) export.
* Insert images to your documents.
* Adjustable Tab stop width and paragraph spacing.
* Text alignment (Right, Left, Centered and Justified).
* configurable statusbar colors and fonts
* configurable editor width and height
* configurable behavior: full-screen on/off, auto save, flow mode (disable delete and backspace keys), load last document on startup, remember position in text for the last file
* insert current time and/or date in a configurable fashion
* live word count for all text and selected text
* live character count option
* configurable page count option
* live clock on statusbar
* targets: setting deadline from a graphical calendar
* targets: setting a target word count
* targets: setting short deadlines to write in minutes
* keyboard shortcuts for the most common tasks (if you start the program for the first time, just press F1 for help)
* typing sounds similar to a typewriter which can be disabled
* cross-platform, TextRoom has a Windows installer now and it's possible to compile on Mac too.
* Spellcheck with hunspell. Now TextRoom checks for the installed hunspell dictionaries, and uses them.
* Universal Linux installer.
* Printing support.
* Background images.
* Transparent statusbar.
* File association with .txr files.
* Restoring all settings to defaults.
* Plain text only or rich text options.
* Line indent (Shift+Enter ignores Indent).
Note about MusicRoom: It uses SDL_mixer to play ogg files. I use mplayer instead in my own version of TextRoom. I just didn't want much deps, and giving mplayer with Windows binaries would dramatically increase file size. So if you'd like to use another player with TextRoom, you can contact me.