Posts Tagged “markdownediting”

  • Sublime Text tips for Markdown table editing

    I edited a bunch of MultiMarkdown tables in Sublime Text 3 yesterday, and by about halfway through I'd developed a pretty good system. I thought I'd document a couple of tricks for my own future reference, and for anyone else it might help.…

  • Speedy note taking with concurrent topics

    In a recent Systematic with Brian Alvey, he shared with me that he takes all his notes during interviews (and podcasts) with pen and paper. I decided to try it out, and found that there were solid benefits to the method. First, it was quiet. Second, it allowed for freeform organization of notes without having to mouse or keyboard around. The latter was a compelling benefit to me.…

  • MarkdownEditing for Sublime Text updates

    I'm excited to announce that MarkdownEditing, the Sublime Text package I started to scratch a prose-in-Sublime itch, is now a community project. The repository has been turned over to the SublimeText-Markdown organization on GitHub, and development is being headed up by Ali Ayas.…

  • Slogger tags and other developing stories

    First, Slogger now has the native tagging I mentioned previously. Here's how I chose to implement it (though this is up for discussion):…

  • Sublime MarkdownEditing, now with 100% more blue cursor

    As much as I prefer Byword as my writing environment, there's something hypnotically attractive about iA Writer's blue caret. So, seriously, why wouldn't I add that to the MarkdownEditing package for Sublime Text 2?…