Immediately Live Change of Style?

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ivo welch

12 Jun, 2024 06:33 PM

Marked 2.66.3 : In Settings -> Style, I can set the "Default Style," but what I would really like to do is to view my document in different styles. (I can set a different default style, quit Marked 2, and then open the document again to see the effect.) Even refresh in Settings does not apply the style. Is it possible to switch styles in Marked 2?

(PS: I don't know what Marsedit is, but it immediately crashes my Marked 2 on two different kinds of Macs.)

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 21 Jun, 2024 05:51 PM

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    At the lower left of the preview window there's a dropdown for selecting style. Just click on the active style and select a new one.

    Not sure what's going on with that MarsEdit crash, I would need more info.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Brett on 21 Jun, 2024 06:19 PM

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    There are shortcuts for the first 20 styles in the list, BTW, just hit ⌘1-9 to get to the first 9 styles. Additional shortcuts are listed in the dropdown.

  3. 3 Posted by ivo welch on 22 Jun, 2024 01:50 PM

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    hi b--- this is perhaps not as clear as it should be.

    on the lower left of the standard window (is this the Preview menu?), there is a pin and a </> (the source window) . (on the right, I see a list icon, a highlight icon, a forward icon, and a settings icon.)

    version is 2.6.33 (1057), though it doesn't seem to have a date. "check for updates" is happy.



    PS: btw, "Marked 2" is a super-fantastic program...thanks for having written it.

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