Setup switching

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Alexander Kucera

28 May, 2013 09:02 AM

Hi Brett,

I love Marked and use it for pretty much everything. From normal Markdown preview for standard documents to writing my GitHub files (with GitHub flavoured previewing via docter) as well as Fountain for movie scripts.

All these use slightly different settings, CSS files and processors and it is a bit of a hassle to switch between them just so I can edit another document. And I might switch workflows every day, sometimes during the day.

Is there a way you could add a "workflow" list that saves all the settings plus the selected CSS plus processor? That way, one could set up Marked in any shape one likes and recall the setting with a simple click.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 28 May, 2013 12:09 PM

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    Very good idea, and one that I will work to implement in an upcoming release.


  2. 2 Posted by Alexander Kucer... on 28 May, 2013 12:22 PM

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    Awesome! My copy of Marked will thank you for it. :)

  3. 3 Posted by Mark Reid on 02 Jun, 2013 11:50 PM

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    I'd like to second this suggestion and say I'm glad to hear you are considering it for an upcoming release.

    I use pandoc as my Markdown processor in a variety of ways. What I'd like to be able to do is set up several configurations that I can easily switch between which control, not only the stylesheet, but the arguments sent to pandoc (e.g., which template to use, whether to switch MathJax on, etc.)

    Thanks for a great app.

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