Brett on 10 Oct, 2011 01:49 PM
I apologize for the delayed response, Tender marked your message
as Spam and I didn't notice it until today.
This has the added benefit of allowing Marked to open on
dual-screen setups when another app is in Full Screen mode on Lion,
so it's definitely on the roadmap for an upcoming release.
Already done in version 1.3
I've implemented something similar for broken links. However a
single asterisk is not broken syntax, per se. It's a normal part of
writing and would be difficult to peg as a broken item.
Have you tried the print feature with Save to PDF? MultiMarkdown
offers no real control for pagination, and I don't want Marked to
develop proprietary syntax that would make documents non-portable,
so I'm not sure how I would accomplish this.
Thanks for the reply. I have found other things to do than wonder if my
feedback has fallen into the dark web hole of features requests vs. bug
fixes... dabbling in dev myself (mostly web) I truly understand and
appreciate how much work goes into stuff like this. Just saw the update to
the app, totally excited about some of those features. In regards to the
broken syntax - would it be possible to do a line search with a regex
command and say something like a search for more than one instance of a
particular markdown call on a single line? Example would be if you had more
than one * on a line that was padded by spaces as you might expect to find
in a list or if someone had multiple hashtags on a line? Anyways - thanks
for the response. Looking forward to trying out the new version.
on 09 May, 2012 07:50 AM
I would appreciate an export-function where I can
select/configure formats (html,rtf,pdf,..) and export a document
with one click. e.g. File/Export.., Ask for folder and filename
(w/o extension). And Go.
BTW: I use this app pretty often. Cool thing, congrats!
Brett on 09 May, 2012 10:34 AM
Something very similar to this (an export drawer with a hotkey and a small button and icons that let you immediately export and save a format) has been implemented for 1.5. It's not a single step between click and save dialog, but I'm finding it much faster and it's become the only way I export (skipping the menu items). Hopefully that will help out with this request, too.
Just wanted to add my support for a menu bar icon option. I
would love to able to drag a file onto the Marked icon in the menu
bar. I would also be willing to bet that a huge proportion of Brett
Terpstra fans (hence Marked 2 users) are the types that by default
hide the dock and use launching applications such as Alfred to
manage opening new apps. Since Marked 2 is an app that is typically
opened opened secondarily to another app or by dragging a file to
its icon, there is a major loss of exposure opportunity and
usability for these types of users with the absence of a menu bar
Would love to hear your thoughts! I noticed your above reply
stating that a menu bar icon was on the roadmap was published in
Just wanted to chime in to add my +1 for a way to drag files into marked to be opened. I often have source-controlled directories open in Finder and the *activate Marked* => "File" => "Open" => *browse* feels like it can be improved.