I’m using DTP for many years but i never manage to get really into it because the markdown support seems not really production ready.
My question is simple and seems to last since you introduced Markdown support without any real “thoughts” (imho) on how to render it easily and how to customize the CSS. The " Best Alternative" View is not really a user friendly way on how to preview markdown.
Indeed to create a note in DT is fine but I must retrieve it easily and the rendering must be customizable, this is the basic principle of using markdown, separation of the content and the form
So to retrieve my notes fast Alfred Workflow can be used. but I want to see the rendered page not the source page.
How to render Markdown using its own custom CSS. A lot of posts exists, and I’m not interested in an Applescript based solution to render
The approach was was to enter as the first line of a markdown post the link to the CSS as
<link href="file:///Users/path/to/css_file.css" rel="stylesheet">
ok but with 2.10 this seems broken on my installation the default rendering is taken and don’t know if any logfile is containing error messages.
Furthermore, there is a post on how to use Applescript to automatically assign such a line to every Markdown file created.
Would it be possible to get some information how is the official way to use custom CSS? The Web preferences is surely not the way since affect also WEB pages rendering from bookmarked pages.
Perhaps, one should also consider to allow for asciiDoc or reST and use pandoc or equivalent libraries internally to render these file types…
For the moment I must use visual code and publish my work in Evernote, but I would really welcome that DT fill the gap.