And btw, how do you delete nodes? I suppose with a del key, but macbooks don't have it, so i can't check. Can you maybe add a backup solution like using backspace or ctrl+backspace? It will simplify the life of all the bootcamp users greatly, and mustn't be too hard to add. :)
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Regarding the Mac problem, unfortunately, we don't have support for mac users. The font resolution problem, might also be because you are using Mac os. We have developed this version of Vizzcode especially for Windows, so we can't guarantee any support for the other operating systems. I hope you understand :)
This is not a mac problem, I use bootcamp, which basically turns your mac into a windows PC. The only difference between a bootcamp mac and any other windows ultrabook is the keyboard.
And either way, I think that adding an extra "accessibility " feature might be a good thing even for non-bootcamp users, for example, someone might have a broken del key. Anyways, not doing this is sad, but I understand you.
However, low-res fonts are clearly visible on your own screenshots. You might be using a 1080p display where they look OK, however, on 2K and 4K display they look quite bad. Also, I've noticed that it looks like it's not a font problem, but it's just that your program is simply rendered at a low resolution. Here is an example of this from your own demo video:
And just want to clarify one thing: I don't want to trash on your software, I just want to help you make it better for everyone.
I've checked th demo and it's awesome! However, the fonts look really bad, especially on 4k displays. I understend that sometimes fixing stuff like this might be a real pain in the ass, however, it will greatly improve the general look and feel of the tool, and will make it much easier to justify paying 10$ for this.
I can recommend checking out fonts like "Exo 2" (you can find it on fonts.google.com), but there are probably fonts that are better suited for this.
I've noticed that the whole tool runs in really low resolution which is just scaled up. Again, I understand that making this fully scalable might be really difficult and time-consuming, so maybe just make few versions for the most common types of displays (SD, HD, 4K)?
This thing is bloody amazing. The ability to visualize your code is something everyone needs!