Released: Markdown for Keyboard Maestro 2.1
Keyboard Maestro 6.2 has just been released, it includes version 2.1 of Markdown for Keyboard Maestro.
- Configuring the “Is Text Selected?” Helper is not required anymore. Keyboard Maestro 6.2 has a better way to do this.
- The Footnote macro now auto-suggests a footnote tag based on the word the cursor is standing on.
- New macro: “Markdownify”. Converts selected text using Heck Yes Markdown.
- This macro checks whether your computer is online, if not it tries to use Pandoc instead. My script checks for Pandoc in several common places. Adjust this if necessary.
- You may prefer to delete the “if online”-block and use Pandoc only, because Pandoc is set to use
--reference-links. So on conversion all links will be converted to reference links, rather than inline links.
Here are your options:
You can download version 2.1 of Markdown for Keyboard Maestro, or go to your Macro Library and add the library from there.
NOTE: You should remove the old macros before adding the new ones! Otherwise they will be duplicated!
Development will slow down now considerably, because now that the library is included in Keyboard Maestro, it’s less convenient for these users to update their library every time an update is available. Follow development on GitHub if you need bleeding edge features.