i know editorial supports critical markup per this thread. however, i would like to change the normal == markers used for criticmarkup highlight to my own custom tags :: (double colons).
is this possible if so how?
also how can i change the default syntax colors used for text highlight on text surrounded with == markers
if i can't edit the default rules supplied with editorial for == and i must use my custom snippet approach described above to wrap :: for highlight, then
how / where do i add a syntax color highlight for text surrounded by double colons (::) in the editorial's normal edit view?
finally, vim syntax configurations allow you to "conceal" the extra md characters that are used in wrap pairs like bold, italic, bold + italic (ie unless you are on the line being edited, you do NOT see the characters in the normal edit view.. which is great b/c it makes reading the md documents easer to read and work with after you've edited the document by placing the bold, italic, etc marks). editorial goes half way there, by "dimming" (reducing the transparency) of the special md markup characters but not entirely removing them from the display. it's good but if you have md wrap pairs that consist of multiple characters (like critical markup and bold+italic (three asterisks), they start cluttering up the text and make it hard to read.
so is it possible to "conceal" md marker pairs in editorial like vim in normal mode and if so how /where?