What’s New in
Tumult Whisk 2.5
The app formerly known as HyperEdit has been modernized and enhanced with new features.
Supercharged With the Latest Tech (v2.5)
Built for Apple Silicon
Tumult Whisk is built as a Universal application that will run natively on Apple Silicon and older Intel-based Macs. Using one of Apple’s new “M1”-based Macs will make your edits snappier.
Compatible with macOS 11 Big Sur
A new icon, improved color scheme, and many UI tweaks make Tumult Whisk a natural citizen of the newest version of macOS. Don’t worry if you’re not ready to upgrade your system; it still runs great on OS X 10.11 El Capitan and later1.
Source Editing Refinements
Use command-slash to quickly toggle line comments. When multiple lines are selected, the tab key will indent or use shift-tab to outdent. Adjust the tab width size in the Preferences.
Putting the “World” in WWW
Along with English, Whisk has been localized into German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese.
1 The Mac App Store version of Tumult Whisk requires at least Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra or later.
Rebuilt From the Ground Up (v2.0)
A Whole New Look
Whisk has a complete UI refresh including integrated inspector and new icons. It has a gorgeous new Dark Theme. Whisk uses many of the same conventions as our company's other app, Tumult Hype.
Whisk is built as a 64-bit app and runs on macOS 10.11 to the latest 10.15. It adopts many new platform features like, Autosave, Versions, Tabs, auto theme settings, WebKit2 separate process rendering, and modern security hardening.
With the click of a toolbar button, you can ensure that the Source Editor and Web Preview will scroll proportionately with one another.
The “Linked Files” of HyperEdit has been revamped to automatically discover files associated with your document and watch the filesystem for changes to reload the Web Preview.
Whisk now uses the the W3C Nu Html Checker (v.Nu) to validate modern HTML5, XHTML5, CSS, and SVG.
Whisk’s new Preview toolbar button lets you send a preview to any browser installed on your system or to iOS devices using the Hype Reflect app. A new built-in HTTP server ensures previews are closer to the final hosted version.
The syntax highlighter has been updated with the latest keywords and can better color sub-languages. There's better line number and highlighting. New preferences give even more control over the editing experience.
Document Settings Preservation
Whisk maintains a database tied to file paths for document-specific settings, like render modes, window layout, encodings, and more.
The Whisk 2.0 update contains a plethora of fixes for longstanding workflow issues.