Marked: MultiMarkdown preview, everywheremarkdown Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Marked: MultiMarkdown preview, everywhere
Extracted Page: http://markedapp.com/Marked: MultiMarkdown preview, everywhere
Works with any editor
Marked is perfect for adding a "live" (updates on save, not as-you-type) MultiMarkdown preview window to your favorite text editor. It works with anything from TextEdit to MacVim (and TextMate and Vico and Espresso and SublimeText and&hellip).
You can make the preview window "float," so it stays on top of all other windows. This helps you keep your preview visible when jumping between applications. You can also make the window fade to a transparency level you set when it's not focused, allowing you to see what you're doing even when the floating window is overlapping your workspace.
Easy HTML copy
The HTML source code for your rendered document is only a keystroke away (⌘⇧C), giving you instant results from your document, ready for posting to blogs and websites. You can also copy directly from the preview to paste into rich text applications such as Mail.app.
There are multiple preview styles available to suit any taste. Choose anything from clean, Swiss styles to a classic Antique style. If you don't like the out-of-the-box styles, or want to add your own capabilities, you can use a custom stlye sheet from preferences. Marked will even give you a head start by saving one of the default styles for you to work with.
Get accurate character, word and paragraph counts for your document at any time. Extra markup is removed so you can see exactly how much you've written.
HTML, PDF or print
Beyond HTML source, Marked also lets you save your document to PDF or print it, with special print versions of each style. Get clean, beautiful documents right from the preview. You can also save the HTML source as a full, web-ready HTML document, with or without your preview style embedded.