Easier/cleaner handling of custom CSS style addition

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13 Mar, 2014 06:25 PM

Super program. Thank you so much. The ability to add and apply custom CSS styles is great. But, it seems harder than it should be. A few related suggestions that would be awesome if possible at some point.

  1. From the preference pane, I've only discovered how to add one style at a time. Being able to select multiple styles in the Open File Dialog would be a big help.

  2. Better yet, having Marked automagically make any valid .css file added to the "Custom CSS" file available would be really convenient.

  3. I can't figure out how to change the order in which styles are presented. It appears to be roughly the order in which they are added, which can make it hard to find in the menu. Would it be possible to make the order manually sortable or even just default to alphabetical?

Anyway, these are just tweaks I'd love to see in a great program. Thanks so much for considering them!


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 13 Mar, 2014 09:32 PM

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    Agreed on all counts, and working on this for the App Store release (the
    features will also be available in the non-App Store version at that

  2. 2 Posted by Glenn Hoetker on 19 Nov, 2014 05:11 PM

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    Following up on this earlier email exchange. Thank you, Brett for addressing point 1 already. Very helpful. If you've been able to address points 2 and 3, I'm evidently overlooking how. Any pointers or updates?

    By the way, because of what you've done with point 1, one can largely address point 3, assuming one wants alphabetical order. Simply deleting all the custom styles from the preference pane and then re-installing all of them puts them in alphabetical order. Yippee!! (Actually, it may be the order in which they appeared in the File Dialog, but since I wanted alphabetical, I haven't experimented).

    Thanks again for the continued progress on this great program. The new integration with iThoughtsX is fantastic.

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