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Marked 2.5.23 – Easily preview your Markdown documents.

Appked/ Productivity/on 2018-09-15 13:08

Marked 2.5.23

Marked allows you to preview your Markdown (in any flavor) as you write in your favorite text editor. It tracks your file changes and updates the preview as you go, even automatically scrolling to the point in the file where you’re currently working.

Marked 2 includes a rewrite of the file-watching system for speed and accuracy. It speeds up just about every part of the app, making it even easier to get your work done without worrying about how it’s going to look or waiting for your preview to update.


WHAT’S NEW

Version 2.5.23:

New:
  • Keyboard shortcut x,c will clear the currently-focused bookmark
  • Option to syntax highlight only fenced code blocks with a language specified
  • URL Handler can add new Custom Styles directly from files
Improved:
  • Provide suggestions for Use Alternate errors when highlighting (with default Plain English Campaign word list items only)
  • Overall efficiency
  • Updated "Avoid" and "Use Alternate" default word lists (Keyword Highlighting and Proofing)
  • Bookmarks and collapsible sections play nice together
  • Outline mode styling fixed and max depth increased
  • Handle Highland-specific text directives
  • Allow Highland files to be Markdown instead of Fountain
Fixed:
  • Collapsing sections causes display errors with highlighted code blocks
  • Cmd-D and backtick will now both set a new bookmark at the first available position
  • MindNode 5 integration handles both single file and package formats
  • First H1 cut off when exporting Amblin
  • Edit marker moved right when spellcheck displays error for element
  • IA Block syntax renders inside fenced code blocks
  • Black text on black background in Additional CSS and Advanced Mathjax Config popups
  • MindNode not updating with "single file" format
  • Fenced code breaking in included files
  • Full-screen TOC (sidebar) overlapping in Manuscript style


REQUIREMENTS

OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor


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