This is the output from “Report an Issue”, and I’m running Monterey 12.3
// Configuration (do not edit)
Marked 2 1031 (Mac App Store)
macOS Version: 12.3
folderPreviewExtensionsArray: md, markdown, txt, mdown, html, opml
Brett on 09 May, 2022 02:17 PM
You may need to install the Xcode Command Line Tools to get CriticMarkup functioning again. It relies on Python, which is no longer included by default as of macOS 12.0. Marked should have asked you to install the tools automatically, but apparently it didn't get triggered. To install the tools, open Terminal, paste the following, then hit return:
Yep! I have a mirror situation like the above. It’s really weird! I love Marked and realized just how important it is for my workflow. Thanks for the excellent app. Hope this can get fixed. In the meantime is there another app that I can use to tide me over until this is resolved?
Brett on 26 May, 2022 12:49 PM
There's no app I know of on Mac that does what Marked does, though most
good Markdown editors have a preview, and some (like MultiMarkdown
Composer) handle CriticMarkup well.
If anyone on this thread could help me out by telling me:
1. Do you have Python installed, and if so, was it via the Xcode Command
Line Utilities? If not, have you tried installing via the Command Line
2. If you run `which python3`, what path is given?
3. How about `which python`?