Posts Tagged “marky”

  • A couple of Marky fixes...

    Marky the Markdownifier has seen an uptick in hits since Workflow came out and Federico Vitticci published a Markdownify Webpage workflow that uses it. I thought I should probably fix up a few things. There are still dozens of edge cases, but I fixed most of what's been reported lately.…

  • MultiMarkdown upgrades for Marky the Markdownifier

    I've updated Marky the Markdownifier with a few key fixes and improvements. It's getting more and more traffic and has some dedicated users, so it seemed like it was about time to solve some of the more annoying issues. It still needs a usability overhaul and some kind of iOS solution, but these issues were the ones that bothered me the most.…

  • Marker: Web selections to Markdown

    This is a variant of my Bullseye bookmarklet which takes a selection -- including headlines, links, and images -- and converts it to Markdown using Marky.…

  • Marky the Markdownifier, reworked and refined

    Marky the Markdownifier, my web tool that extracts web articles and converts them to Markdown, has received an update that resolves quite a few standing issues. It's a major update and partial rewrite, so there may still be some bugs. Please feel free to drop me a line on Twitter or contact me directly if you run into problems.…

  • Experiment: Send to nvALT links

    I was considering adding a feature to Jekyll that would let me provide ".txt" links that return Markdown versions of posts the way that MacDrifter's Pelican install does and I'm pretty sure Gruber used to. I got bored with the idea of writing a generator for it, so I hacked a workaround that turned into something quite different from the original objective. That happens a lot.…

  • More Marky love for nvALT

    I've added a couple of new API parameters to Marky to allow better nvALT clipping of web pages. First, if you're not using the nvALT 2.2 beta, the url handler is "nvalt" instead of "nv". Now you can specify an output type of "nvalt" instead of "nv" and get the right handler returned. I'd recommend, of course, just using the beta. It's stable and happy.…

  • Marky the Markdownifier, reintroductions

    I've been working a bit on Marky the Markdownifier. It's a project I started back in 2010 and use regularly, but it's never really caught on with the Markdown masses. I've tweaked the algorithms and added to the API to make Marky as useful as possible within my own workflow, and hopefully within other's as well.…

  • Meet Marky, the Markdownifier

    I was featured on MacSparky.com today. Well, the home screen of my iPhone was, anyway. He mentioned a project of mine that I haven't actually had time to blog about yet, so here's a quick introduction. It's called MarkdownRules, and comes in two flavors: mild-mannered and salty. You can choose which you get from the main menu page at .…