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  1. christopherchelpka

    Paste in markdown

    I’d like the option to highlight text and share it pre-formatted in Markdown. So instead of this: There is no one name that is adequate to give a complete description of God (Ancient Christian Doctrine) https://accordance.bible/link/read/Ancient_Doctrine#785 This: “There is no one name that is adequate to give a complete description of God.” [Ancient Christian Doctrine](https://accordance.bible/link/read/Ancient_Doctrine#785)
  2. There's been discussions over the years regarding user notes formatting. As it is known, it remains frustrating to change all one's note fonts. The changes in 11 with Greek and Hebrew fonts have helped some, but still not resolved the issue. Helen has posted before about a pending change to this, but I was wondering what's in store for user notes? What about markdown, plain text editing and a html preview pane in the workspace? Plain text would allow uniform regulation of one font instead of dealing with rich text styles. Notes might be easier to export in this way and also make external editing possible.
  3. One of the consistent problems with formatting is getting it to work on iOS. Accordance along with many others have chosen to go down the plain text route. Could I ask you to consider Markdown or Multimarkdown? The markup languages are simple and in a plain text format. Many notes apps on iOS have gone down this route. They allow simple markup of text and then it can be rendered. The note can be edited in plain text and then rendered to reveal the formatting. This would be much simpler than trying to create an RTF format plus it drastically reduces file size. Markdown is also viewable on nearly every computer OS available and the beauty of it is that you can edit your plain text document in any programme you like. It would also solve the problem of editing notes on iOS that were created on the Mac and losing the formatting as they are simple plain text documents. Multimarkdown would be better as it includes things such as footnotes.
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