7 comments

  • Dustin CartwrightDustin Cartwright, 5 years ago

    This is fantastic. Just gave it a quick try to test it out and it seems very robust.

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  • Zach ShermanZach Sherman, 5 years ago

    Nice work man! Clean, simple, easy to use.

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  • Felipe SabinoFelipe Sabino, 5 years ago

    You guys should also try Atom text editor. It is also open source and comes with a great markdown preview package out of the box

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/oh4k6y10vvm3kk9/Screenshot%202014-06-28%2015.56.15.png

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  • Denis KDenis K, 5 years ago

    Honestly what gripes me the most with Mou/MacDown is the lack of tab support. Hopefully that could be addressed soon enough, since having a plethora of windows open is overkill.

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    • Michael XanderMichael Xander, 5 years ago

      There is also LightPaper, which comes with tab support and is also free.

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      • Joey KirkJoey Kirk, 5 years ago

        +1. Been using LightPaper for a few months now, and it's perfect for my workflow. MacDown is fairly nice too though. Haven't had a chance to mess with it a lot just yet.

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  • c kizerc kizer, 5 years ago

    I'm going to say it:

    I hate markdown. Why when I know HTML do I want to learn another way to code links and font styles? Why on earth?

    Everytime I want to share a link or make a list or do some bold font stuff I have to read a markdown guide. It's annoying.

    Why the human brain needs to make more room for another language. If an input supports rich text it what's wrong with providing a WYSIWYG bar? God forbid we do anything intuitive less it mess with the minimalist design of website text forms everywhere

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