If I turn that feature off it works as normal again… Another thing that bothers me much is that I can’t choose which Dropbox folder my text files should be saved in, so I can’t use the folder I use with a lot of other apps on my Mac and other android phones. Lightpaper creates it’s own folder on Dropbox and you can’t change that…
That’s really bad.
The UI is nice though, and I like the swipe left and right features to show a preview of the Markdown formatting and see the Notes list. And I like the distraction free mode.
Another thing that is good is the Markdown shortcut toolbar, you have most of the things you want to use ready in that toolbar. Even footnotes shortcuts that I use a lot.
Hopefully the developer fix these annoying things in a coming version. Until then I will continue to use the great Markdown text editor Draft for Android. It’s my favorite, and it works in total sync with all other Markdown text editors I use on any device, all through Dropbox.
See my video about Lightpaper here: