It is often more comfortable to write when there is more text from the same writing visible, as this reduces memory load. A single text field stretched wide and long is not always convenient enough, so a couple of different text writing modes have been prototyped for experimentation.
In the "sliced" mode, the text is automatically split into several parts at the points where there subtitle is either bold or type of "Header 2". This can be useful e.g. at the phase when one is just preparing to write something and want to keep a large amount of already written text quickly and visually presented. If images or other attachments have been attached to the writing, they remain unchanged, even if they are not displayed in this mode to indicate that they are attached to it. Just a reminder: attaching differs from including, i.e. saving a writing in this view removes particulars that were included to the writing, but leaves attached particulars as they were.
The "spacious" mode attempts to emulate pages placed side by side and underneath each other by using resizable text areas, where text is automatically run through as many other text areas as necessary as the text is typed or after text areas are resized. It is possible to move from one text area to another by using the arrow keys on the keyboard. If images or other attachments are attached to the writing, they will remain unchanged, even if they are not displayed in this mode to indicate that they are attached to the writing.
Spacious mode has a restriction, at least for now, that the font must be a monospaced (fixed width), and there can be no formatting or included images in the writing (they will get removed). Also, the text cannot be copied with the mouse in such a way as to copy the contents of more than one text areas at a time. At the bottom of the first text area there is a resize button that allows adjusting the size of all text areas, e.g. to have two wide and tall text areas next to each other, three oblong text areas next to each other or small text areas in a grid pattern. Excess text areas are automatically deleted or, if more are needed to accommodate the text, they are added. Adjusting the size of the browser window gives more control over how many text areas can be placed side by side. Those that cannot fit on one row will start a new row of text areas.
In spacious mode, it is possible to move text paragraphs forwards or backwards by placing the cursor over a text paragraph and pressing up or down arrow key together with the Ctrl key. The moving text paragraph will then swap places with the adjacent one. This functionality strengthens the feeling that the text is continuous as the text paragraph moves between text areas as well as in the same text area.