Suppressing brackets around footnotes

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Fabian

14 May, 2014 04:54 PM

Hi!

I was wondering if it was possible to make Marked2 display footnotes in text without the brackets, and to also remove the closing arrow from the text of the footnotes themselves.

An answer would be much appreciated.

Also, I'm sorry if this is really stupid / the answer really obvious: I'm really new to MMD and Marked.

Also: I couldn't find a pre-existing discussion on this precise topic. If there is one: Sorry again!

Bests

Fabian

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 14 May, 2014 05:28 PM

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    It's been asked before, but Tender's search isn't great :).

    The brackets and other formatting are built into MultiMarkdown and can't
    be adjusted without recompiling the processor. The only option is to use
    an alternative processor through Marked's "Custom Processor" fields,
    which gets complex depending on your skill level on the command line.

    -Brett

  2. 2 Posted by Fabian on 16 May, 2014 05:42 PM

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    Thanks Brett,

    I recompiled MultiMarkdown, now everything is just the way I need it to be!

    Thanks for an awesome application!

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Brett on 16 May, 2014 06:20 PM

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    Nice, very resourceful :).

    -Brett

  4. 4 Posted by James Marwood on 23 Jul, 2014 09:56 PM

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    Fabian,

    I'm having the same issue, but I'm afraid recompiling MMD is a bit beyond me. Would it be possible for you to share your custom processor?

    James
    @marwoodchap

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