Ah, the nature of life! Thanks for the quick response. Really looking forward to integrating Marked into my Evernote workflow. Marked is proving to be more and more valuable as I move more of my writing and content creation to MarkDown/MultiMarkdown. Great little solution!
I copy pasted the change, made sure it was correct, and saved the script. Ran the script from the Terminal, opened the newly created Marked Preview.md, and updated a MarkDown formatted note in Evernote and saved. The Terminal shows lots of activity, but nothing populates the actual Marked Preview.md window. Thoughts?
Thanks for the update. I'm going to walk the path again over the weekend just to look again for breaks in how I have it configured. If I find anything, I'll let you know what I tweaked and the outcome.
I wanted to let you know that after making the change to
watch_file, the preview is working for me from Evernote.
However, the strangest formatting error is happening with
markdown in Evernote, but not Vim. This: (i'm using code indent
here to Tender doesn't eat my *)
Marked works correctly with the same text copied/pasted into
The other markdown i've tested is working, but I haven't gone
too far since indented lists are my most used markdown feature. I
did try ordered lists instead, but got the same result: anything
indented is added to the previous item, as above.
I am not seeing any errors from the watcher script.
Support Staff13 Posted by Brett on 13 Dec, 2012 01:57 AM
I started playing around with your version, Dan, and it works
well with the new Evernote. I started noticing how bad a job
textutil does, though. I hooked it up through my
read2text hack and I'm getting much better results.
Also, I found a node.js package called html-md that does an even
better job of converting HTML to Markdown, if you have node
I'll try to work up a version to include in the Bonus Pack