• tofagerl

    I'm not a coder, but this seems to be quite easy. All i need is a workflow that parses the .md to a .html document in the same folder.
    I.e., if I have text.md, I need to have a workflow which generates text.html in the same folder.
    I tried using the save to html workflow, but not only does it generate text.md.html, but it creates it in the root folder instead of where the .md is, which is useless to me. I suppose I could learn enough python to fix the workflow myself, but it's 11.50 pm here, and my brain is not working in peak condition.

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  • tofagerl

    That works beautifully. Thanks a lot for all your help!

    Edit: nope, it saves the original markdown as a html-file. It doesn't convert.

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  • tofagerl

    Oh, I found the problem. It only works locally, not on Dropbox, which is all I use.

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  • tofagerl

    Did you test that...? Because the only thing that happens here is that the formatting in the preview pane disappears. No file gets generated, no html gets generated, and nothing changes.
    I might be using it incorrectly, though - all I do is select the workflow.

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