No menu bar item

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Jake Bernstein

12 Jul, 2017 02:10 AM

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// Description of the issue:

I’m not getting the Marked 2 menu bar item, making it much harder to access. Thanks!

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// Configuration (do not edit)
Marked 2 930 (Mac App Store)
OS X Version: 10.12.5
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  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 13 Jul, 2017 08:26 PM

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    Hi Jake,

    Marked doesn't have a menu bar item, and never has. I'm unsure what you're referring to.

    -Brett

  2. 2 Posted by Jake Bernstein on 13 Jul, 2017 09:35 PM

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    You know what, I’m a moron! I watched the video too fast at the start of
    the Marked 2 “overview” and misinterpreted the first few seconds. Had I
    simply read (or showed 3 seconds of patience), I would have seen that you
    drag something to the DOCK icon not a menu bar icon. Very sorry! My
    enthusiasm got the better of me. I’m in week 2 of being a Mac owner, so I’m
    still learning A LOT.

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    Jake Bernstein

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  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Brett on 13 Jul, 2017 10:06 PM

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    No problem. Let me know if you have any questions as you get going :).

    Thanks,
    Brett

  4. 4 Posted by Jake Bernstein on 13 Jul, 2017 10:08 PM

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    Oh you really don’t want to offer that! I’ve already spent far too much
    time trying to figure out how to make BBEdit use the CriticMarkup system
    (which is yours, perhaps?).

    I think I need to stick with Ulysses. I don’t suppose there’s a way to use
    CriticMarkup with Ulysses or Bear? :-)

    --
    Jake Bernstein

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  5. Support Staff 5 Posted by Brett on 14 Jul, 2017 03:28 AM

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    Well, CriticMarkup (not mine, by the way, [Gabe
    Weatherhead's](http://macdrifter.com/)) is designed to be a plain text
    markup language, so really it will work in any editor. Although Ulysses
    escapes characters in export that probably break it. Bear might too,
    haven't tested that.

    I use MultiMarkdown Composer on Mac to do all of my Markdown editing. It
    has built-in tools for CriticMarkup, including a change tracking mode
    that will just automatically add the markup for anything you add,
    delete, or change, along with datestamps and initials. It can also take
    two documents and create a "diff" view using criticmarkup to show
    changes from one to the other.

    I also have a [PopClip
    extension](http://brettterpstra.com/2013/09/08/editor-and-criticmarkup-extensions-for-popclip/)
    that makes using the syntax in any text editor easier.

    -Brett

  6. 6 Posted by Jake Bernstein on 14 Jul, 2017 04:15 AM

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    Thanks! I have your PopClip extensions. Actually, it was primarily blogs
    that turned me into a Mac person (well, and MS killing off my favorite
    phone operating system). Gabe, you, David Sparks, Viticci, and a few random
    sites (iMore, but not recently, and Mac Rumors, etc.) But mostly you,
    MacStories, MacDrifter, and MacSparky are responsible for the vast sums of
    money I’ve spent in the last week! :-)

    --
    Jake Bernstein

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  7. Support Staff 7 Posted by Brett on 14 Jul, 2017 04:27 AM

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    I get that a lot (the "listening to you is expensive" part) :).

    -Brett

  8. 8 Posted by Jake Bernstein on 14 Jul, 2017 04:28 AM

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    It was your “These are my favorite things” posts that did it. I went back
    and was “checking” and realized I didn’t have anything left to buy based
    off your 2015 and 2016 lists.

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    Jake Bernstein

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