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Entries for June 2016


24 MarkMyWords 1.9.0 Alpha 3 Preview

It's been nearly two weeks since the last alpha of MarkMyWords 1.9.0 and the list of changes has become fairly long. The most noticeable change is the new splash-screen. For MultiMarkdown-users which often write tables, MarkMyWords learned a few new tricks. When being in a table-line a simple tab-key-stroke automatically inserts a new |-symbol. Also automatic |-symbol-generation on line break and table-header generation are now possible. These automatic features really help making tables in MultiMarkdown much faster. Also in this update included are several general bugfixes and improvements for Smark.


An Alpha-Demo to try out the changes can be be downloaded from following link: Alpha-Demo Download


If there are any issues, don’t hesitate and write a comment below this entry or use the support-form to write me a message.


There are still some more things I wand to add to MarkMyWords 1.9.0, therefore you can expect a fourth alpha-version soon. However, the full list of changes for this alpha-version:


MMW 1.9.0 changes since Alpha-Version 2:


New:
  • new splash-screen-layout
  • MultiMarkdown and Textile Table-Creation Smart-Editing
    • when in a table-line, hitting the tab-key automatically creates a new |-symbol
    • when in a table-line, hitting the enter-key the next line automatically starts with a |-symbol
    • MultiMarkdown only: automatic generation of tablehead-line when hitting enter-key after first table-line


Improvements:
  • Smark file-import auto-conversion improved
  • Smark Syntax-Highlighting updated
  • Smark One-Click-Styles updated
  • Smark Cheat-Sheet updated
  • CSS-Files updated and new ones added
  • Smark-Parser
    • avoiding unwanted line-breaks in lists under certain circumstances
    • improved handling for deprecated *inverse* markup which could lead to conflict with **bold** markup
    • striked markup will now enclosed in <del>-tag instead of <strike>-tag
    • improved Table of Contents - tag handling to avoid misstyled toc-lists
    • improved list-generation related to end of list and respecting newlines
    • solved an issue when a list follows a definition-list
    • mark-tag added ??test?? will result in <mark>text</mark>
  • Wikitext Syntax-Highlighting updated
  • Wikitext file-import auto-conversion improved
  • Textile-specific: preventing creation of lower-alpha auto-lists since lower-case alpha-symbols (p. and bq.for example) are used to mark blocks
  • Textile Syntax-Highlighting updated
  • improved behavior of returning splash-screen


Bugfixes:
  • resolves an issue when changing font-, background-colors in preferences using the color-slide-selector which can result in MarkMyWords crashing
  • resolves an issue with markup-shortcuts, when two or more documents with different markup-languages are open
  • issue removing markup from selection context-action resolved
  • resolved an issue which could lead to crashing MarkMyWords related to headlines at the beginning of a document
  • resolved an issue which prevented inserting tabs at the beginning of a document


Until next time!


16 CSS-Pack for Xelaton-Apps

The CSS-Pack offers four different styles for formatted results. Each of the four styles is offered in a light and a dark version and useable for the applications MarkMyWords, Note-C and Myary. Owners of those apps can add those styles by using the respective CSS-style-managers of those apps (MarkMyWords: Preferences, Note-C and Myary: File - CSS-Style-Manager). For new users those styles will be available automatically with the coming release.


The CSS-Pack can be downloaded from following link: CSS-Pack Download


If there are any issues, don’t hesitate and write a comment below this entry or use the support-form to write me a message.


Until next time!


08 MarkMyWords 1.9.0 Alpha 2 Preview

The second Alpha-Preview of MarkMyWords 1.9.0 offers a lot of improvements for the Smark2-parser itself and the syntax-coloring of Smark in MarkMyWords. Additionally a first cheat-sheet for the updated version of Smark has been added to MarkMyWords. This overview is also available online on this site: Smark language overview. More is in the works, stay tuned!


An Alpha-Demo to try out the changes can be be downloaded from following link: Alpha-Demo Download


If there are any issues, don’t hesitate and write a comment below this entry or use the support-form to write me a message.


The full list of changes:
  • Wikitext-parser:
    • removed some test-statements left behind
  • Smark-parser:
    • deprecated markups backwards-compatibility added
      • ***text*** = __text__
      • ****text = **++text++**
      • *****text* = __**++text++**__
    • text marked as html-code will properly returned
    • lists using + - now working correctly
    • horizontal line works now properly
    • too many new lines before and after lists resolved
    • @-sign added to the list of escapable characters
    • several smaller issues for table-formatting resolved
    • improved paragraph generation related to code-blocks
    • improved recognition of definition-lists
    • better handling of markups at the end of the text-file
    • removes unnecessary trailing newlines now
    • missing +comment+ +endcomment+ (HTML-Comment) added
    • solved an +html+-Block issue
  • Smark-Syntax-Coloring updated
  • Smark Cheat-Sheet updated


Until next time!

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