Page setup support in Marked

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Bjorn Malmehed

08 Oct, 2014 01:59 PM


I am currently working in both Ulysses and Marked 2 with a newsletter. I need it to be in two columns. In Ulysses, I have a CSS file that provides that, but I have big trouble when I try to use that CSS in Marked 2.

This is the section I would like to use in Marked 2:

document-settings {

page-height: 297mm; page-width: 210mm
page-inset-top: 26mm; page-inset-inner: 24mm
page-inset-bottom: 30mm; page-inset-outer: 36mm

column-count: 2
column-spacing-width: 1cm

section-break: heading-1
// always have H1 on a new page

two-sided: no

page-binding: left


Is there any solution to my problem?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 08 Oct, 2014 02:04 PM

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    The CSS in your file is not standard CSS, I believe it's particular to
    Ulysses. WebKit doesn't currently support @page rules. I'm afraid
    there's no way to define such settings in Marked at this point.

  2. 2 Posted by Bjorn Malmehed on 08 Oct, 2014 02:06 PM

    Bjorn Malmehed's Avatar

    Ok, I'll just have to put up to using two apps, then. Thanks a lot for your quick reply, Brett!


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