kandi X-RAY | marktext Summary
kandi X-RAY | marktext Summary
:high_brightness: Next generation markdown editor :crescent_moon:.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Blob up a line .
- Processes a single submatch text .
- Ensures that the actors are bound to the actor and the left to
- Returns a number between two values .
- Form a hand coord
- An error .
- Returns the next token .
- The Diagram class .
- Asserts that an expression fails .
- Form a hand line line
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ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 19:33
switch statement is for picking out particular values, not ranges.
I am trying to conditionally color the text of a heat map in the same style black and white text on this page: Condition
I am looking specifically at the conditional color encoding:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-21 at 13:30
I figured out my problem. In an earlier version I was computing the average in the encoding. I switched to pre-computing it in the transform, and didn't update the encoding for the text. So it was still
I am using the following code to highlight the text segment in Codemirror, a code editor and syntax highlighter, downloaded from here.
I am not able to figure out from documentation how it is supposed to be implemented....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-25 at 16:31
There is a white space around my pop up view that is implemented in onLongPress(). Can't seem to get rid of it. The code is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-13 at 12:44
Okay. I was able to figure it out. Simpler than I thought. All I had to do was add a color attribute to the showMenu, can't believe it took me so long to think of that. So I did this :
My program can't start normally after boot，but Mark Text can start normally.
Whether I'm replacing it directly or through the Eshell.exe.
Did I miss something?
C++ Application can also start,WPF can't start
What is the reason?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-10 at 09:57
You don't really give much to go on.
I am guessing you want to Enable and Configure a Shell Launcher.
In the link they give the example as follows;
Been tinkering tonight but am unable to find a solution.
I've written a small script that I call with a "popup-shell" and that uses
fzf to select a file. I pass this file to
marktext appimage and disown the process, after which the "popup-shell" closes. Unfortunately, upon shell closure, the
marktext app is also closed.
I think the problem lies in that the executable is properly disowned, but the appimage mount-stuff is still subprocessing to the "popup-shell". Once the "popup-shell" close, so does the appimage mount-stuff, which in turn will cause
marktext to close.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-10 at 22:01
You can use
I am trying to optimize a T-SQL procedure in SQL Server 2017. I do not have direct access to the server, so I cannot change any settings and I can not enable FullTextSearch.
There exist two tables, one with a list of keywords (
varchar(50)) and a number code (
int), and another with large freely entered texts (
varchar(max)) and an ID (
int). I want to mark all these texts by which keywords are contained in another table. With a cursor, it works like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-17 at 18:00
First, you don't need that cursor, I think a simple join will do. Cursors are miserably slow and generally not necessary. Let's focus on the SELECT portion of your insert since that is the other problem. First some sample data:
I am currently maintaining my notes in markdown files, but the editor I use(marktext) adds new empty lines if I open an existing file.
This addition of new empty lines get tracked by git and git keeps showing me these files as a modified files. Is there a way to configure git to not track these kinds of changes like new line and trailing whitespace while doing
git status? Because when I do
git diff --ignore-all-space --ignore-blank-lines for these particular files, it shows no changes at all.
Thanks in advance....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-29 at 05:56
I have no idea how to configure git to do what you want. Maybe it's not possible (but I'm sure people will prove me wrong). But at least you can hack it a little bit and have what you want.
You can create a small script which checks if the
git diff --ignore-all-space --ignore-blank-lines will return nothing or something, then, either output the standard
nothing to commit, working tree clean string, or do a real
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