This is borderline a feature request… but I'm first curious if other people are seeing this and not just me. Or maybe I'm the only person using BBEdit that does this?
I'm often working in Markdown files that are the backend of web systems. The most well known example of this set up would be content files in Jekyll (jekyllrb.com). They are nominally ".md" files, but are really a mix of 3 possible things: the front manner is YAML. The primary content section is Markdown (there are other options), and within Markdown, it is valid to write HTML inline, as the canonical version of Markdown does not do everything HTML does (intentionally so). Here's the scenario: I'm writing in the content section of a Jekyll file, but need to wrap something in a span to apply a special style via class. Typically, I'd mash down Cmd+Shift+, (custom shortcut because HTML tags open with `<` which is shift+,) and then start typing the tag contents. But that command doesn't work in files that do not end with the .HTML extension. However, I can summon the other shortcuts I've created for other HTML elements and get the same popover editor, with say Ctrl+Cmd+k to summon <kbd> (yep, that's obscure, but I'm writing online software manuals at the moment). I'd love to be able to summon the Edit Markup popover in any file where HTML might possibly be a valid input. I often use it to edit the contents of the tags a little more quickly (I'd **love** to use it to edit matched pairs of tags, say switching an `em` to a `strong` or a `div` to `article`. This is a fairly common thing for me.) I've veered off into speculative feature request territory, so I'll stop. Am I the only one else who see this "No editing Markup here!" behavior in "non-HTML" documents? Perhaps is there a really good reason I'm barred from this? Thanks all. Best, ~brian @briandigital -- This is the BBEdit Talk public discussion group. If you have a feature request or would like to report a problem, please email "supp...@barebones.com" rather than posting to the group. Follow @bbedit on Twitter: <http://www.twitter.com/bbedit> --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "BBEdit Talk" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to bbedit+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit this group at https://groups.google.com/group/bbedit.