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Markdown-memo This project is meant to make writing easier and more productive. So you want to write a document. Maybe you'll share it on the web. Memo Markdown knowledge base with bidirectional links built on top of VSCode. Inspired by Obsidian.md and RoamResearch.

Weblog Publishing

Markdown Monster can also publish your Markdown directly to your Weblog. If your blog supports WordPress, MetaWeblog, Jekyll or Medium, you can publish your documents with one click. You can also edit and republish, or download existing posts and even convert existing posts from HTML to Markdown.

Extensible via .NET

We also wanted to make sure the editor is highly extensible, so you can add custom features of your own. Markdown Monster includes an addin model that makes it easy to build extensions that let you hook into the UI, the editor behavior and the publishing process. We also provide useful Scripting and Text Templating addins that let you automate many tasks without creating an addin. Find out more about creating an addin with .NET.

What our Users say

We work hard at building an editor that you love to use, and that provides you with the features you need. Your feedback matters and we'd love to hear your suggestions and see you get involved.

But don't take our word for it - here is what some of our users are saying about Markdown Monster:

Want to share your excitement for Markdown Monster? Tweet to @markdownmonstr and tell us how Markdown Monster improves your world.

Markdown knowledge base with bidirectional [[link]]s built on top of VSCode.

Inspired by Obsidian.md and RoamResearch.

Why?

Because your knowledge base deserves to be powered by open source. Read more here.

Getting started

If you want to try out Memo just install it via marketplace using this link and open the help folder in VSCode.

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Known issues

Image preview on hover is currently not compatible with VSCode 1.53 and 1.54. Possible fix is investigated, so use it at your discretion.

To enjoy all features, you can use VSCode 1.52 (November 2020), which can be downloaded from this page.

Features

  • 🔗 Links support

    • Creating links

    • Links navigation

    • Embedding notes and images

    • Automatic links synchronization on file rename

    • Links rename via Rename Symbol command

    • Links labeling

    • Support for short and full links on filename clash

    • Opening links with unsupported file formats in the system default app

    • Find all references

  • 🖼️ Notes and images preview (built-in & on-hover)

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  • 🦋 Creating notes on the fly
  • 🖇 Backlinks panel
  • 🕹 Commands

    • 'Open link' command support for links following

    • 'Open link to the side' command allows you to open link in the adjacent/new column of the editor

    • 'Open daily note' command which creates a note with a title in yyyy-mm-dd format or opens already existing one

    • 'Open random note' command which allows you to explore your knowledge base a little bit

    • 'Open link in the default app' command for opening unsupported file formats in the system default app

    • 'Rename Symbol' command support for renaming links right in the editor

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FAQ

  • How to follow link on cmd+enter or ctrl+enter like in Obsidian?
    • Bind built-in editor.action.openLink command to cmd+enter (see example) or use cmd+click on the link
  • Memo missing some feature? Please consider exploring other Markdown plugins from VS Marketplace first. There are plenty of them.

Contributing

  • File bugs, feature requests in GitHub Issues.
  • Leave a review on Visual Studio Marketplace.
  • Read CONTRIBUTING.md for contributing to the code base.

Changelog

Markdown Memo Vs

See changelog here.