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29 Jun, 2014 07:48 AM
Quite often I just want just to quickly write a note, or a
comment, or something like that; preview in Marked, copy&paste
wherever its destination and forget. For now I am using a dedicated
file, which is not bad, but a nuisance nonetheless.
"New Temporary File" would create a file in $TEMP, open an
editor on it, and on close of the preview window remove the
on 29 Jun, 2014 11:25 AM
That's what clipboard preview does, essentially. Just write your Markdown, copy, flip to Marked and hit command shift v. File will disappear on close unless explicitly saved.
on 30 Jun, 2014 09:22 AM
Yes, but this workflow fails if, when previewing I see that I
need to correct something. Either I have to repeat this, with a new
Marked window, or invoke cmd-E, but then I must save...
on 30 Jun, 2014 11:53 AM
I'll take it under consideration.
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