You can simply sideload a custom font that has the kerning properties you desire:
For me, it does that.I would like the app to reload the file or, notify if an opened file was changed. For example, if I had a file opened in app's editor from cloud (e.g. dropbox) and if that file was changed earlier via. another device then app needs to reload file or, inform that "File was changed" so that it doesn't get the recent changes overwritten.
A better option than long-press on a word is to double-tap it which selects the word and displays the copy/cut/paste/select all options.This is my favorite editor but I am very upset by some strange decisions, likes this...
1. The reaction with a long tap on the text is non-standard, inconvenient and it significantly slows down the work. (the program shows a menu of options, why?) The default behavior in android would be the best solution.
can i disable this behavior?
the standard behavior is when the word is selected with a long tap and then just copy or select how much to select and that's it.
In Qickedit, we will first need to see the menu that appears after the tap, then select the item in the menu, then again select the text that we need and that's it. As a result, we observe two extra actions (at least).
And here I see contradictions with the name of the editor.
It would also be very nice to add a search icon to the toolbar, now for this you need to do a lot of unnecessary actions.
That may be a better option, but it goes against the way standard android apPs (such as messaging) work.
Only if you have a file explorer that lets you access those directories. My favourite file explorer is Solid Explorer and it no longer has access to /data/data since it targeted SDK 30.