Markdown Here 2.11.3
A browser add-on that removes the format of a text before sending it
Specifically, Markdown Here allows you to write an email in Markdown and render it (make it pretty) before sending.
This is great for anyone who doesn't like fiddling around with formatting buttons while writing an email. Also, it's especially useful for programmers who write email with code in them.
· Write your email in your email client's rich editor using Markdown.
· Right-click in the compose area and then click "Markdown Toggle".
· Your email is now pretty! (That is, it's been rendered to HTML.)
· If you like the way it looks, just send it. If you want to change or add something, click "Markdown Toggle" again to get back to your original Markdown. Rinse and repeat.
Markdown Here is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
NOTE: To install the Markdown Here extension for Chrome, drag and drop the downloaded .crx file onto the Chrome Extensions window.
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What's New in This Release:
- TeX math support is now enabled by default (for new users). (Issue #213.)
- Improved compatibility with screen readers. Much thanks to Sofian Babai for reporting the problem and helping to solve it. The primary fix target was Windows+Thunderbird+NVDA, but if anyone finds any cases where the fix is incomplete, please describe the scenario in the Github issue for it.
- Fixed bug #223: Keyboard shortcut was not working in Gmail on Firefox.