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Markdown is a text editor that is designed from the ground up around the Markdown syntax, and Markdown is out the box, it supports Github Flavored Markdown. It is designed to make writing in markdown even easier than before, with automatic syntax highlighting, built in preview engine, easy export to HTML and PDF, and more...
By using Markdown built around GFM, you can focus on the actual writing rather than worrying about formatting and styles. Let the computer deal with that when you are ready to export your document to another format.
* Outline preview of markdown document
* Github Flavored Markdown syntax highlighting
* Multiple underscores in words
* URL autolinking
* Fenced code blocks
* Syntax highlighting
* Task list
* Open document in tabs, customizable tab style
* Customizable themes - choose from built in themes or design your own
* Instant preview of rendered HTML
* Export to HTML, PDF
* Easily print
* Dark and Light style
* Line number
* Automatic list formatting
* Auto increment numbering in ordered lists
* Auto complete matching characters
* Smart pairs : close parentheses, brackets, quotes, etc
* Automatic table alighment
* Automatic link creation
* Smart actions make writting easy
* Auto save: Markdown will pick back up where you left off when you quit and restart the application
* Versions: Markdown will save new versions of your file periodically so that you can go back to a previous version of your work after you've changed it
* Full screen mode: word on your document in full screen to minimize distractions and focus on the task at hand
* iCloud Driver support
What's New in Version 5.0
Markdown outline preview
Fix preview flush bug
Fix sync scroll
Why repurpose edit key shortcuts
I’ve switched to another markdown editor, MacDown, as this one, Markdown, overrides normal text editing keyboard shortcuts without the option to revert back or reassign keys. For example, Cmd+Shift+Left/Right Arow is supposed to highlight a line of text to the left/right of the cursor. Instead, the window resizes and moves to the left/right of the screen. Try it out and you’ll see this is very annoying and unproductive. Not to mention but, this feature is not needed in an editor, especially with all the free software out there for window management/resizing. Apple should incorporate window resize/snapping in its future OS release so developers can focus on their application’s roles.
Doesn’t apple make sure that applications on the Mac App Store do not contradict with Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines?
Too many crashes
This app crashes so often that it is next to useless. I have ditched it in favor of another Markdown-compatible app that is more stable.
This app used to crash frequently on El Capitan, but in Sierra, it crashes at launch 100% of the time. It is literally unusable.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Mar 23, 2016
- Version: 5.0
- Size: 5.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: grubby z
- © @2016 TouchDream
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor