"(And before you ask, yes we want to support markdown as well, but not
is still holding? I mean, is there a plan for zim being able to format
I do use markdown a lot for R, and it would be great being able to organize
the *.md files within a zim notebook. Obviously this can be done now, but
we do not see the formatted text.
May be it would be possible having the "Insert Code Block" tool
as it does with so many other languages?
I see that exporting zim pages to markdown is possible, but what would
be really useful for me
would be the reverse.
On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 1:29 PM, Jaap Karssenberg
> Yes you can edit it as wiki text, but not all wiki text is the same as
> See the manual for zim wiki format:
> (And before you ask, yes we want to support markdown as well, but not
> currently implemented.)
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 1:22 PM, Agustin Lobo <aloboa...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> In the thread about "Access and edit zim notes when Zim isn't installed",
>> Michele Pratusevich says:
>> "I do exactly what you described - save my Zim notebooks in Dropbox
>> and edit the text files (in markdown) in a free text editor. "
>> Does this mean that Zim uses the same syntax than markdown?
>> i.e., a header just defined as
>> # Header 1
>> ## Subheader 1.1
>> can be formatted by Zim? I've tried and do not get that.
>> Agustin Lobo
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