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Markdown Monster v1.8.12 Retail

Markdown Monster v1.8.12 Retail
Markdown Monster v1.8.12 Retail

Markdown is everywhere and many of us are using Markdown for all sorts of different purposes. Wouldn't it be nice if you have an editor that can keep up with all of those scenarios? Markdown Monster is a Markdown editor and viewer that lets you edit Markdown with syntax highlighting and fast text entry. A collapsible, synced, live preview lets you see your output as you type. You can easily embed images, links, emojis and code as text or by using our gentle UI helpers that simplify many operations. You can also paste and drag images directly into the editor. Inline spell-checking and word counts keep your content streamlined unobtrusively.

You can export Markdown to HTML by saving to disk or by exporting text selections of Markdown generated HTML directly to the clipboard. The HTML preview can display syntax colored code snippets for most common coding languages, and it can easily be customized with HTML and CSS template to match your own sites and preferences. You can choose from a number of editor and preview themes and you can even use Vim or EMacs type conventions. Both the editor and preview can be customized with themes that are extensible with Web technologies. Other convenience features let you browse for and select files using the built-in folder browser, jump to the current folder in Explorer or the Terminal, print the current document's HTML output, and more.

Weblog Publishing
Markdown Monster can also publish your Markdown directly to your Weblog. If your Weblog supports WordPress, MetaWeblog or Medium APIs you can publish your documents with one click. You can also edit and republish, or download existing posts and even convert existing posts from HTML to Markdown.

Extensible via .NET Addins
In addition to building an attractive and highly functional Markdown editor, we also wanted to make sure the editor is highly extensible, so you can plug in custom features of your own. Markdown Monster includes an easy addin model that makes it easy to build extensions that let you hook into the UI, the editor behavior and the publishing process. We also provide some useful .NET Scripting and Text Templating addins that let you automate many tasks without creating a full addin. We use this same add-in API to build some of Markdown Monster's internal features so the sky's the limit. Find out more about creating an addin with .NET.

Easy and fast Markdown editing
Syntax colored Markdown text
Live Preview while you type
Inline spell checking
Gentle toolbar support
File and Folder Browser
Easy image and link embedding
Paste images from Clipboard
Built in screen captures
Import Html into Markdown
Export Markdown to Html
Dark and Light UI Themes
Editor and Preview Theming
Weblog publishing and editing
Html Editing with Live Preview
Integrated Folder Browser
Expandable text templates
Swappable Markdown Parsers (Markdig,Pandoc)
Extensible with .NET Add-ins
High DPI Support


File System and Folder Browser Update
Add Recent Folder List in Folder Browser
The folder browser now has an icon to show and re-select recently opened folders. Recent folders are also shown on the Recent Files drop down.

Add Find Files in Folder Browser
You can now press Ctrl-F in the Folder Browser to open a search box that will search files in the current folder, or optionally down the folder hierarchy (which can be potentially slow if the tree is deep).

Folder Browser Support for %EnvVar% in Paths
When entering paths directly into the folder browser path dialog you can now use environment variables in the format of %envVar%. So, `%appData%, %programfiles%, %tmp% all expand to full paths.

Auto-Complete for Folder Browser Path Textbox
The Folder Browser's path selection entry combobox now auto-completes paths as you type them for easier path selection.

Add Folder Navigation to Folder Browser
Added a few features to make the folder browser more navigation friendly. You can now double-click on folders to re-open the folder browser as the top level folder in the folder browser. A new Open Folder Browser here context option is also available. A new parent folder .. node is now added to allow navigating back up the tree by double clicking on this node.

Improved Folder Browser Performance
The folder browser now lazy loads sub-folders, rather than loading entire folder hierarchies up front. As a result the Folder browser should load most folders much more quickly. Still slow with very large numbers of files in a single folder (500+ files).

Open in Folder Browser from Document Tabs
There's a new context menu option to open the document's current folder in the folder browser.

File Tab Icons
Added icons to the tabs for each of the open files in the editor.

Fix Shift-Delete Behavior
Fix additional issue with Shift-Del operation when text is selected which now properly cuts selected text to the clipboard. Previous behavior just removed the selection.

Fix: Table Reformatting if Column Count exceeds Columns defined
Fixed issue where if a table row had more columns than the header defines the table would blow up on rendering. Common scenario when 'editing' a table and then repasting it. Fixed trailing whitespace (which caused extra columns) and fixed so that extra columns if provided are ignored.

Fix: Drag Images into 'Untitled' Documents
Fix bug where dragged images from the folder browser into 'Untitled' documents would not do anything. Fix now works and prompts for images in the last saved image folder.

Fix: Folder Browser Icons when Adding/Renaming
Fix folder browser when adding or renaming files so that file icons are appropriately updated. Also fixed tab icon and re-opening the renamed file if it was already open in the editor with proper filename and icon.

Partial Fix: Drag images from Explorer
Images dragged from Windows Explorer now drop at the current cursor position in the editor (not the dragged mouse position). Due to security limitations Drag and Drop into the browser control from external doesn't translate the mouse position into the control so the only relevant place we can drop is at the last known cursor position. Previously images dropped at the end of the document.

Fix: Incorrect Drag Behavior and Scrollbar Interaction in Folder Browser
Fix funky drag behavior when an item is selected and trying to scroll the scrollbar on the file list. Fixed by explicitly checking for the item being selected being dragged rather than the entire tree.

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