media1mogul
I loooove that the notes are done in markdown now. I work with github issues everyday and github uses markdown and I've come to love using it.

I'm not an expert but I know that there are different flavors.I use ultraedit which supports markdown to edit markdown files, and I've played with some of the more fancy editors as well. Well - I tried to edit a TheBrain note file in ultraedit and noticed that it is not interpreting it correctly.  It was a table and I know that tables is an area where there are differences in the flavors of markdown.

I am not an expert in this area so I hope this isn't a dumb question, but here goes.  Is there a particular standard that TheBrain adheres to? If so can you let me know what it is?  I may then for larger files use an external editor for notes editing.

I know this may sound totally crazy as a developer seeing as you just spent all sorts of crazy dev-hours on implementing an inline wysiwyg editor.  Please don't misinterpret the question. I absolutely LOVE that we can take notes in markdown now.  


Thanks.
Mike
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metta
@media1mogul ~

This is a very good question. ðŸ™‚

As I understand it, TheBrain team has created an "enhanced" version of Markdown that is unique to TheBrain. According to Harlan, more details will be coming about this customized Markdown coding.
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Must say that I don't think anything can be enhanced by making it more obscure. Would have been better to start with something vanilla one can look up and then add documented changes to it. I don't get how you can see at at the current, confusing state of Markdown-balkanisation and think.....
we need more of that.
We definitely need less of that. I use (or could theoretically use) Markdown in many contexts. Having multiple rulesets is bad.
Having secret rulesets is the worst.

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My main gripe with it is that it works off the basic implementation of Markdown, but then for many enhancements it develops its own implementation where established conventions are present. 

See: https://forums.thebrain.com/post/feature-gfm-compliant-checkboxes-5857-10284741
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media1mogul
For what it's worth - I would vote that there be a well supported standard picked and stick to that.

I think at that point the notes feature would have the best of all worlds.
- It's embedded. The .md files live with the brain.
- It's lightweight. (i.e. it's not word or html and you don't have to use an outside link to some other app like I was doing)
- It supports tables and other common formatting.
- If you want you can use an external "fancy" editor of your choice to edit the notes.md file.
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nick
To confirm what @metta has said, the documentation for v11, and specifically the Markdown editor is still in the works. Though the requests for standardization on the markdown editor have been noted.

Thanks
-Nick
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