Cheaters 2.0.5, cheating gets easier
I got a lot of grief last time I posted about Cheaters for not opening with what it was. I just assume everyone reading this tracks everything I do, which would be a difficult proposition, even if it were true. So:
Cheaters is a simple system for creating and loading cheat sheets generated from web pages. It provides the frameworks and plenty of default cheat sheets, but it’s simple to add your own. It runs off of a local web server or remotely, if you choose.
Anyway, on to the updates.
Next, the pretty cool part: You can now use straight Markdown files in Cheaters (thanks to marked.js). Just create a Markdown file that uses h3 titles for each section, and Markdown tables for charts of shortcuts. When you link to a file ending in
.md in the index file, it will convert those on the fly when loaded in Cheaters.
Here’s an example:
### Keyboard Shortcuts ### Text shortcuts Command|Description --|-- ^a|Beginning of line ^e|End of line ^f|Cursor forward ^b|Cursor back ^n|Next line ^p|Previous line ^k|Delete to end of line (kill) ^y|Paste buffer
Saved as “cheatsheets/keyboard.md” and linked like this:
You can use all standard Markdown, plus tables. You just can’t include table captions as defined by the MultiMarkdown spec, so use h3 (###) headers instead.
To make things even easier, the following text will be replaced with its corresponding symbol:
Customizable cheat sheet system
Updated 04/17/18. Changelog