First, thank you for asking about our wishes.
Second, congratulations are in order for using a modern and clean compliant code, the payoff is it runs under MacOS 11.
Third, my wish list. Sorry this is big want.
Many desktop apps have started to use a framework. RW already has one—sort of. It just needs structure.
Wish 1 — make or borrow a framework.
Wish 2 — use some sort of building block system with a library of items we can drag and drop into the blank framework page, then edit and view fully rendered. WYSIWYG.
Wish 3 — each block can be edited to add our own color and styling.
Wish 4 — use the already good CSS Consolidation to clean it all up.
Wish 5 — make use of master styles somehow so that the presets can be applied to every page in the document.
I know this sounds like Blocs or Stacks. In a lot of ways it is. The difference is I don’t suggest it has to be compatible with blocs or stacks or even other plug-ins.
If someone needs something more flexible, purchase into the existing Stacks ecosystem.
If they just want more flexibility and only want to use and pay for RW, they would then have expanded options.
My vision is that this framework system should work with all page RW types. Most of which I assume and hope are getting serious updates. Look at past wishlist that remain valid and unfulfilled for ideas on updates.
Wish 6 — please add an online editor to the (hopefully massively updated) blog module.
Wish 7 — execute all this in the normal, easy to use way Realmac has always done things.