Here are the signs of a half-baked app: 1. Wrap-to-Window does nothing. (Unlike Text Edit which toggles with Wrap-to-Page) 2. Toolbar customizations do not stick. They are not preserved across documents or open/closing. 3. The Sidebar toggle toggles sometimes, most times not. And when it does toggle in, it collapse the writing portion of the document window to a ridiculously narrow space. Wrote develper - no response. Asked Apple for refund - could not get form to complete (“try again later”). All those $5-$15 word processors flooding the App Store seem to be amateur efforts to adapt and brand the same code base - same limited function set, nothing original or compelling. I asked the Write 2 developer (another example of the new breed of crapware word processors) why page breaks show up in draft mode and he simply said it just works that way and that the other customer who asked about it “was an idiot”. Buying Write Docs was like flushing $15 down the toilet. Stick to TextEdit or ... I decided instead to update my license for Nisus Writer. That guy is a pro - the app is powerful, reliable and fun. It is not on the App Store but don’t let that bother you. Some of the best developers are not. *** Correction: Nisus IS on the App Store *** No, I am not a shill for Nisus, just an experienced writer who flirted with cheap and got, not what I paid for, but nothing at all - not with Write Docs.