New Markdown Processor: CommonMark! CommonMark is a new Markdown processor aimed at unifying and standardizing the Markdown specification.
Added: Task Lists support in the GitHub Flavored Markdown (Offline) processor.
Added: Emoji support in the GitHub Flavored Markdown (Offline) processor.
Added: Option to customize how many spaces are inserted when the “Use spaces instead of tabs” feature is enabled under Tools → Options → Editor tab.
Added: Customization of GitHub Flavored Markdown rendering mode (Enhanced: used in Pull Requests, Issues, and Comments; Standard: Used in READMEs). This option is available under Tools → Options → Markdown tab → Select “GitHub Flavored Markdown”, then locate “Markdown Rendering Mode”.
New Language: Norweigan (Norway), thanks to Øystein Bjørke!
Improved: Command line arguments now persist across updates if manually triggering the update from the status bar.
Improved: Timestamps in MarkdownPad should respect your locale/culture settings by default. These can still be customized under Tools → Options → Editor tab.
Fixed: Code syntax highlighting was recently broken due to changes at GitHub.
Fixed: When MarkdownPad was opened via command line, relative file paths were being displayed in the Recent Documents menu.
Fixed: GitHub Flavored Markdown was adding the prefix
user-content- to all HTML
name tags due to a change at GitHub, causing issues with anchor links. This prefix is now removed.
Fixed: After creating a new document and saving it, “New Document” was still displayed as the Window’s title.
Many minor fixes and improvements.
I’m pleased to announce MarkdownPad 2.4, which includes nearly 40 improvements and fixes, and adds support for 7 new languages! If you already have MarkdownPad installed, you can get the new version under Help → Check for Updates, otherwise you can download MarkdownPad now.
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I’m pleased to announce that you can now upgrade to MarkdownPad Pro using a credit or debit card, without using PayPal or Amazon Payments. (Although PayPal and Amazon Payments are great ways to make purchases online, these services aren’t available in all countries.)
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Please update to MarkdownPad v2.3.2 to resolve this issue. You can update under Help → Check for Updates, or by visiting http://markdownpad.com/download.html. If you continue to experience issues, please contact me.
MarkdownPad 2.3.1 is now available, with several improvements and fixes. Since it’s been a little while since the last update to MarkdownPad, I’d like to assure you that MarkdownPad is still being actively developed, with many new features and improvements on the way.
As always, if you have any feedback, suggestions, or questions, I welcome you to contact me at any time. I’m always eager to hear feedback!
Added: Ability to delete an image after uploading it to Imgur. After uploading an image, a “Delete Image” button will be displayed next to the upload button. Click this button to delete the uploaded image from imgur’s servers.
Added: Message in GitHub Flavored Markdown options section explaining how to use GitHub’s two-factor authentication with MarkdownPad.
Improved: Added the currently selected Markdown processor to the tooltip of the Quick Markdown Selector button in the status bar.
Improved: Appearance of messages in status bar.
Improved: Automatic continuation of lists now supports lists with plus sign (+) unordered list syntax
Improved: GitHub Flavored Markdown processing and error handling, with more helpful error messages.
Fixed: Major improvements to automatic continuation of blockquotes (>). This should no longer interfere with angled brackets used in code blocks.
Fixed: Tab tooltip wasn’t updating the displayed file path after saving.