This burst is intentional: Adj version 6 marks completion of a feature set significant for usability for image creation.
It can be hard to write well about new technology if oneself is a driving force behind its creation. Creating, innovating, recognizing needs, and ensuring quality and improvement, one often is thinking what needs to be done next – and that can be quite distracting from telling a simple story of what exists today, even about one’s own product.
Of the softwares I have created, the less uses one had, the easier people understood what its use was.
When I have created softwares of many uses though, then such multitude has confused some of my contemporaries, whom we nevertheless shall not summarily declare variously challenged – it is OK to make things many people at first don’t understand how it works or what to use for.
I am not too comfortable dumbing down my writing. I rather delegate that aspect. Conciseness, I spend time on that. Correctness, definitely. Comprehensibility, very much aware of and sensitive to. Just not efficient at dumbing down. I make stuff that is easy to use, but I can be inefficient writing about it.
Until someone else starts writing up new features of Adj, I am going to attempt writing technically, for the most part, factually.
And, I will try to avoid letting excitement about possible uses make me appear to be a crackpot.