• Michael

    Sorry for asking this question again (but it was not resolved): Would the new version use a "real" MultiMarkdown engine? For people using subscript frequently (as in H~2O or H_2O for water) this is really impornant.
    Thanks for your feedback and best regards!

    Michael

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  • Michael

    Hi again!

    Is there a way to get an outline view of your document, assuming that it was written in markdown?

    Thanks,
    Michael

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  • Michael

    Hi!

    Sounds great, I'm looking forward to seeing it live on my iPad.

    What about switching the markdown engine to "real" MultiMarkdown instead of sundown? I believe this would be very helpful, even though I ignore how hard this would be to implement...

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  • Michael

    Hi!

    I wanted to open a *.markdown file generated by iThoughts HD in Editorial - just iThoughts HD won't offer me Editorial as target app!
    I mailed the developer who told me that Editorial needed to tell to iOS that it opens *.markdown files:

    "iThoughts will export the map into a file with a .markdown extension. iOS then lists those apps which can open such files. I’m guessing Editorial has not indicated to iOS that it can open .markdown files (it’s a setting the developer needs to include.)"

    What about this? How can this be done? Can I do anything about it or would you developers need to interfere here?

    Thanks,

    Michael

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  • Michael

    This is what Craig Scott, the developer of iThoughts HD wrote about his issue:

    The whole scheme whereby apps decide whether they can open a given type of file is ‘messed up’ (in 
    my opinion.) In the old days, a simple filename extension was sufficient (.txt or .markdown) Nowadays it is 
    also possible to tag .markdown file as being ‘equivalent’ to a .txt file. 
    
    It sounds like Editorial can open .txt (and equivalent) files. Unfortunately iThoughts doesn’t tag .markdown as
    equivalent to .txt and Editorial won’t open .markdown. The reason it works for the other chap is (probably)
    because he has another app installed which tags .markdown as equivalent to .txt (at a system level)
    
    Having looked at his screenshot, I see he also has MakeDoc installed on his system (another one of my apps.
    What makes that interesting is that MakeDoc DOES tag .markdown as equivalent to .txt
    
    I’ve attached a ‘code’ which enables you to download MakeDoc for free from the AppStore - to see if 
    that ‘fixes’ the issue.
    

    Resulted that I can export .markdown to MakeDoc once I had installed it, but still not to Editorial.

    Maybe OMZ could consider adding .markdown as tag equivalent to text files in order to enable smooth collaboration between iThoughts and Editorial, these two one-of-a-kind premium apps.

    What is your opinion?

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  • Michael

    I uninstalled and reinstalled iThoughts HD, but Editorial still ist not an export option, while Byword, Writing Kit and Evernote are. I don't understand why the presence of another app such as Textastic would turn Editorial into an export optin for iThoughts HD...

    Oddly enought, I can export a map in Freemind format (*.mm) and open in Editorial. But the contents doesn't loook nice at all... :-)

    Do you have any other idea?

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  • Michael

    @ mcsquaredjr:

    How do you do this? Send to app → as Markdown → I don't see Editorial in the list. Can you explain how you achieve this?

    Seems as if omz was right... unfortunately. This should be on the list for an update I think...

    Michael

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  • Michael

    Hi!

    I need to use chemical formulas in my texts. While superscript works (H^2), subscript won't work (O~2). Also O_2 won't produce what I'm looking for.

    Can anyone help?

    Thanks,
    Michael

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  • Michael

    Oh. Well. While this is not exactly what I was looking for (especially since I can't esxport it...) I must admit that the more I get known to Editorial the more I find it absolutely sensational. Thanks!

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  • Michael

    Great, thanks. At least a workaround!
    Since tables also won't work - is there no proper multimarkdown implementation? I believed this was in the App store specs...

    Regards,

    Michael

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