First Look at Editorial 1.1 browsing

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Fantastic work Ole! Looking brilliant on my iPhone. Still waiting for the iPad to pick up the update.

Vijay, if you can get MathJax to work I'll be very interested! :-)

• Me too on MathJax as well. 1.1 installed now on iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPhone. In time for some very long plane journeys in late June and July. :-)

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Got to Editorial website at OMZ Software and click the App Store link for the iPhone one, if it's not showing up on your search yet. Worked for me. Though it showed it at full price first time. But after I updated iPad app, it was available as being in my library, ready for download. BTW, very awesome!!

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Same here. Very interested in 1) getting mathjax enabled 2) having mathjax available offline as well. I don't always have access to the internet.

Happy to try or test if anyone has thoughts.

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Looks great. Gonna take some time to wrap my head around the ui module, but I look forward to learning.

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@OMZ I've had two crashes within just 2 minutes of Eachother, in the browser, on v1.1 while trying to read the rest of the MacStories article on the 1.1 update. I had just run the Get RSS Feeds workflow prior, but at time of crash, I wasn't doing anything but scrolling or clicking a link within the page. Just a heads up. Had similar crashes on occasion with 1.0

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@Ole, Wonderful work...! Thanks a lot.

I can confirm that mathjax is working beautifully.

Choose a custom template in the Editor>Markdown section, and add a link to the mathjax cdn as described here. This, ofcourse, requires a wifi connection.

I got it to work offline as well. I downloaded the mathjax files into my dropbox folder, and trimmed them by removing all the unnecessary files as described here. I only want SVG output and hence followed trimming IV. This time, put

<script type="text/javascript"
src="MathJaxFolderName/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_SVG">
</script>


in the template header. And it works!

The offline method assumes that all the markdown files will be in the top-level dropbox directory. It would be nice if one could put in the absolute path to the mathjax folder. One could then have markdown files in subdirectories too. I have not figured out how to do this.

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Hi!

The update looks fantastic, sets a whole new space for digging while taking a break from writing.

I have this issue with multimarkdown preview: when MMD is turned off in settings, but footnotes are turned on - they look right in preview. But when I turn MMD on - footnotes stops to work.

Well, I believe there will be a lot of small bugs of this kind, but you deserve some time off before fixing them, Ole.

Thanks again!

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Related to the previous comment, when I have the global MMD setting turned off in settings but tables turned on, it does not show formatted tables in the preview. It seems that the global MMD setting needs be be turned on.

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@Vijay
Fantastic tip. The online mathjax works brilliantly! Did you get inline latex to compile? I can only get $x$ style equations to compile when I try.

Update: Inline latex works when you escape the slash character, e.g. //(/sqrt{x}//)

What a powerful tool editorial is...

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Actually, I forgot my iPad Air hadn't been updated to 7.1.1 or whatever the latest was, so I did that. Off work now and ready to dig deeper, but I'll see if that still happens, or if the update is even relevant. And in case I forgot to mention before, that wasn't a complaint; merely a heads up! This is awesome and i both thank and commend you for/on the work and time you put into this. BTW, the colors in TaskPaper mode look beautiful!

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Thank you Ole! It's so great. I've got a bunch of ideas I want to try. I should be able to combine a bunch of workflows now. Sweet!

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I'm sure I'll be blown away when the update comes, but I can't help recall this quote from above.

"In hindsight, I probably should have released a smaller update a while ago, and I'll try to learn from this."

Love the app. Looking forward to 6/6+ support and fixing of the persistent purple dictation circles bug.

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@pruppert Yeah, you definitely have a point there. The problem right now is that I keep finding little (and big) things that worked fine before, but are broken when building for iOS 8, because a lot of under-the-hood stuff has changed. To be honest, you probably won't be blown away by the next update, for the most part, it'll really just be bug fixes, and making sure it runs smoothly on the new OS and devices... If you want 6/6+ support right now, feel free to send me an email with your Apple ID, and I'll put you on the TestFlight list.

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Please test the updated version on an iPad with the split keyboard enabled, both docked and undocked and split and unsplit. The current release keyboard bar is broken in various ways when split mode is enabled including:

Sometimes the extra row overlaps with the normal keyboard.

When the extra row is positioned properly, the buttons don't work. Instead, the touch events fall through to the piece of the document the buttons cover.

Internal error.

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