Thanks for the quick reply. It would be very useful for scientific notes writing. Since it is built-in to Fletcher's multimarkdown I expected it might not be difficult to do this in Marked 2 (or I didn't use it correctly). His Multimarkdown Composer 2 also has bibtex support but I prefer Marked 2's way that I can choose my editor.
Brett on 25 Jul, 2014 04:34 PM
You can always use the multimarkdown binary as a custom processor, too,
but I believe you'll run into issues if the .bib file and other
requirements exist outside of the folder where the file is, just FYI.