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Quoted from website 2017/10/07- All your notes stored on disk in the Inkdrop database will be encrypted with a common key which is a 256-bit AES key generated when you sign up to Inkdrop. We use this key, along with an initialization vector, to encrypt your data in GCM (Galois/Counter Mode). The key is also encrypted while stored on disk, with a 256-bit AES key derived with PBKDF2 from your login password. See More
It stopped working and uninstalling the software has proved to be very painful. See More
Doesn't work on my PC Windows 7 x64 (don't start, no error message), go to another MD editor. See More
Multiple cursors and column selection allows for versatile ways of editing. ctrl + d will select the current word and each time the command is repeated, it adds the next occurrence of the word to the selection. ctrl + click or middle-mouse click will place another cursor in the place that's clicked. Cursors can then be controlled together. This also permits selecting vertically. ctrl + shift + l will place a cursor on every highlighted line. See More
Sublime Text uses TextMate's syntax declaration files to support new languages, it has all its menus and keybindings generated from JSON files, and it can be scripted to add new features using Python. If Sublime Text doesn't support a desired language or feature, it's usually not long before someone implements it themselves - examples include the plugin package manager and the 'open in browser' command. See More
Ita very easy to use even for an unexperience users that's all folks See More
Most feature rich markdown preview among editors, you can import PDF right inside document, using @import you can run python, it's like having IPython/Jupyter support, full math support, full LaTeX (even entire document) support. Tikz, Viz, GnuPlot, UML, etc. See More
Frustratingly difficult to figure out how to use as a markdown editor. Search on Web and nothing. It's obvious it's some sort of universal scripting editor and you have to install packages to get it to do anything. Once configured properly it will work but there's no information on what packages to install, how it works or how to use it. See More
Atom has a built-in package manager and an extensive list of packages. There are over 150 markdown related packages available for Atom. Additionally, packages are written in CoffeeScript so anyone that knows CoffeeScript can write packages for Atom to extend functionality. See More
I've been writing extensively with it for over 6 months (project documentation, lecture notes, personal check-lists and notes) and enjoy it every time, both in Light and Dark modes. Tried Haroopad, but didn't like the UI. Typora doesn't have such a seamless support for tables and hides some of the markdown for you, allowing less control over what you are writing. See More
Easy to use, fast, minimally beautiful UI, multi-templated and free See More
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QOwnNotes is compatible with the web- and mobile ownCloud notes applications. It also supports ownCloud's selective sync feature - an unlimited amount of note folders with the ability to choose the respective folder on your server. You can manage your ownCloud todo lists (ownCloud tasks or Tasks Plus / Calendar Plus) or use another CalDAV server to sync your tasks to. See More
The files are saved in an app-specific format instead of plain .txt or .md. It's not proprietary, but it's not very portable either. Everything you write has to be opened in boostnote, and if support ever ceases it will be another step to convert. See More
This editor boasts that it's a desktop (i.e. offline) markdown editor where you can copy and paste images directly in the editor which is a feature that many other markdown editors struggle to implement. Unfortunately this is misleading, since the only way to paste an image in the editor is to be online. If, like many of us out there, you want to work offline, this feature will be broken as it requires an internet connection, which is weird for an editor that boasts being a desktop app!! See More
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