Another Electron-based markdown text editor available for Windows (64-bit only), Mac, and Linux. The really big deal is how it handles complex formatting in both directions: from markdown to rich text and visa versa:
What may not be obvious from this animation is that the text pasted in on the right side is straight from Word, not pre-formatted. It then breaks it apart . As someone who's constantly fighting with frustrating Microsoft Word styles and settings, this is an absolute godsend. It introduces the ability to both rip out Word formatting quirks as well as introduce batch operations available to text editors such as word replace and comparison, all inside tables.
More animations on the home page:
iLoveSoftware covers this in greater detail:
http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/05/win ... -file.htmlI have covered a lot of other open source Markdown editors but the feature to save MS Word content as Markdown file is unique, which is provided by this software. I really like this feature. The good thing is you can use other Markdown options also, preview the output, and then save the final content as Markdown file.
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