- Title page styling for Fountain documents
- Code blocks missing when using Copy RTF
- Ordered lists cutting off two and three digit numbers when exporting
- Code size in GitHub style
- CriticMarkup/Scrivener comments within a GitHub task list didn't respond to hover events
Ratings and Reviews
Marked 2 really makes fine tuneing markdown documents easy
I love writing in Emacs using markdown mode. Just write write write, without putting any significant thought in to formatting the doc, since markdown is so simple to do. When it comes time to render the doc and fine-tune the look, Marked 2 is really helpful for this. Its fast. It puts “here’s where the last edit was” markers in the side bar. It provides a pop-up table of contents to make navigating easy. Plus it has dozens of features I haven’t even begun to use yet.
Originally, I purchased this app only because I follow Brett Terpstra’s blog and wanted to give him a little support for all the great information I get from his blog. I guess I shouldn’t be surpried that I actually ended up using the app! Its one of those “it just works” kind of things.
If you write in Markdown, you should get Marked 2.
If I’m writing on my Mac, there’s a good chance that Sublime Text and Marked are side by side. It’s lightweight and does exactly what it says on the tin, looking nice all the while, and it’s a much nicer workflow than saving out to html then reloading a webpage. Instead, just hit ⌘+s and Marked refreshes. This is the kind of app that makes me love the Mac.
I have been using this app for over a year. I spent a lot of time looking at competeing products before choosing this one.
One of the features I really like is it generates a table of contents and a pop up on demand
I wish there was a way to have it generated a table of contents and insert it directly in to the source document
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.