I worked on it until I ran into issues that I couldn't solve with NoteTab clips. I contacted the developer to see about
adding more support, but he wasn't interested. So, I dropped it in favor of another technique that I developed.
Essentially, I built a set of tags to automatically tag everything in a document, (with manual tags as needed) and use
those tags to create the html, again through clips. No need for universal support, and I can add tags any time I need
them. I run Calibre through NoteTab to convert the html to ebooks as well.
You can see some of my html files at:
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] On Behalf Of Marcelo Bastos
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 15:06
Subject: [NH] Markdown
I have recently become aware of Markdown, a technique/conversion program
to make it easier to write in plaintext and convert to HTML.
I wonder if it would be too hard to add support to it (perhaps even
built-in support, as opposed to calling an external program) to Notetab?
What about replicating the Markdown functionality in a clip?
Has someone been working on this?
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