Released: Markdown for Keyboard Maestro (v2.2)
I’ve been working on some major improvements for Markdown for Keyboard Maestro. I think they are awesome, and you should update!
As always you can view the changelog on the Wiki.
Since so much stuff has changed since 2.0, I also recorded a screencast showcasing changes in 2.1 and 2.2.
I’m sure there are bugs! If you want to help, head over to the issues page on GitHub. I can’t tell if I’ll be able to respond in time, as other things are more important in my life, but feel free to post bugs and/or improvement requests.
- List 1, 2, 3: This macro now allows you to dynamically change a list from and to other list styles, e.g. going from ordered to numbered, and vice versa. To change a list, simply change the first character of the list to:
1., or any other number. (Thanks go to @pslobo for his great help!)
- ForMd: @drbunsen has granted permission to include ForMd in this library. It is not required to have a separate installation anymore. Therefore: the formd submodule has been removed, as has been the formd macro, and the old Link Inlines to References macro has also been replaced by ForMd. It is now simply called Flip Link Style (ForMd). You can easily switch link styles as you go!
- Fixed: Quote macro used to not replace empty lines with
>. Sorry for the inconvenience!
- Updated: Macros based on Brett Terpstra’s Markdown Service Tools have been updated to v2.11.
Download version 2.2