With side channels, nice things just can't be had. https://www.hertzbleed.com/gpu.zip/
_"An attacker can exploit the iGPU-based compression channel to perform cross-origin pixel stealing attacks in the browser using SVG filters, even though SVG filters are implemented as constant time"_ - as summarized on https://thehackernews.com/2023/09/researchers-uncover-new-gpu-side.html
- Improved rules
- Improved performance
Thema #Evernote. Eine Variante, die das "bessere Evernote" sein möchte, ist vielen unbekannt: "Notesnook".
Sehr umfangreich in den Funktionen:
- Win, Mac, Linux Android, iOS, Web
- offline und Sync
- verschlüsselte Notizen teilen
- VeriCrypt für den Test der Verschlüsselung
- Import Evernote, OneNote, Joplin, Obsidian usw.
- Export PDF, Markdown, HTML
- automatisierte und verschlüsselte Backups
Ever since moving my workflow to almost everything #PlainText it seems very revolutionary compared to 99.9% of rich text editors today. I can work in almost any application. If I dislike what Microsoft does to notepad, I can always just get another #MarkDown Or plain text editor. I don't have to contend with arduous menu structures or unintuitive keyboard commands to perform sentence formatting options. Modern web design and software design feels extremely bloated right now. It's gotten to the point where I started to feel like I needed to get the most modern processor just to run Microsoft Word and that will never be normal to me. It's always going to be a strange Feeling. My new workflow is also extremely portable. With just a few custom autohotkey scripts and a text editor, I can work almost anywhere.
Today's update for DEVONthink for Mac, version 3.9.3, improves quoting, working with custom metadata, viewing computer code in Markdown, and preserving image quality when running PDFs through OCR. #devonthink #update #markdown #metadata #pkm #pressrelease https://www.devontechnologies.com/blog/20230926-devonthink-393-update?utm_content=buffer36c64&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
The way I’m making it work in both #apps without indented tasks becoming code blocks in Obsidian, is to put a wiki link as the first indented item under the project name. This is usually to the project page in Obsidian, but I use a dummy link if there isn’t one.
https://gist.github.com/jsoma/629b9564af5b1e7fa62d0a3a0a47c296 - generate a #RevealJS presentation from #Markdown with #Pandoc ... or write Markdown slides: https://revealjs.com/markdown/
I am glad to announce that the pip package #mkdocs-tex2svg , that renders #maths #variations #tables directly inside mkdocs #markdown files, with the #tikz-tab syntax, natively compatible with both (mkdocs) dark and light modes (as other #LaTeX snippets as well) is now compatible with the new #Archlinux #texlive packages ( #texlive-meta )
Examples Here : https://eskool.gitlab.io/mkhack3rs/maths/tables/examples/
New release (v0.14.0) for markdown based publishing platform writefreely. Good to know it's not abandoned. v0.13.0 was released on Jun 2021
Github repo here: https://github.com/writefreely/writefreely/releases/tag/v0.14.0
This works in other Rich text editors as well! On the Mac, select the word you want to make a hyperlink and press command plus K, then type in the URL you want to link to, and press enter. Use #Markdown and add the linked text in bracket keys in the URL in parentheses https://mastodon.toptechtidbits.com/@news/111125204868714437
The Best Obsidian Note Plugins, nor Not?
I had not tried Omnisearch, but apart from that and Advanced Tables, the suggested ones are not really “my best ones”. But the linked article does again highlight one of Obsidian’s most powerful features – it’s community plugins. Many note takers are good Mar ...continues
Even though free Obsidian is not open-source, it gained a lot of traction and users have created so many valuable plugins. I also like that it leaves all my Markdown formatted files in place where they are. One excellent open-source notes editor I tried, insisted on inserting an odd character at the start of every new line as it was intended an outliner, not a notes editor. Thing is, I like to keep my notes as standard as possible so that I can switch to another note taker in future.
The ones I find really useful are:
* Advanced Tables
* Code block from selection
* Copy Image and URL context menu
* Dynamic Table of Contents
* Excel to Markdown Table
* Kindle Highlights
* Local Images
* Markdown Formatting Assistant
* Obsidian Enhancing Export
* Ozan's Image Editor Plugin
* Related Notes Finder
* Tag & Word Cloud
* Tag Wrangler
* Text Format
* txt as md (edits existing .txt files)
* Vault Statistics
But we all have different requirements (like some wanting to play Zoom inside Obsidian, use AI, publish to Nostr, etc), so it is well worth browsing the community plugins and seeing what is of interest to you. There are around 1,180 plugins right now.
See The Best Obsidian Plugins
If you've not seen Obsidian, I did quite a long video about it at #^https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_4LR76g-jU
Obsidian is a note-taking software that took the world by a storm after the pandemic. Part of its surging popularity lies in it being extremely customizable, mainly due to the ability to add plugins that suit your workload and
#technology #markdown #notes #productivity
The Best Obsidian Note Plugins, nor Not?
Obsidian's purple logo with title Obsidian, a symbol showing two plugs connecting, and sub-title Best Obsidian Plugins I had not tried Omnisearch, but apart from that and Advanced Tables, the suggested ones are not really “my best ones”. But the linked article does again highlight one of Obsidian’s most powerful features – […]
I’m thinking of writing a small plugin that defines a cmdline mapping to insert the first-level heading, if the current buffer contains a #Markdown document. The idea is that you have something in the file like
# 2023-09-25 Meeting Notes
and then, later on, do
which expands to
:w 2023-09-25 Meeting Notes.md
• Does such a plugin already exist?
• What would be a good key for that? I’m thinking of <C-R><C-T>, see :h c_CTRL-R
This is a keyboard focused keyboard driven To Do program that runs on text files! #PlainText for the win! https://github.com/benrhughes/todotxt.net/releases #PlainTextProductivity #Markdown
(As evidenced by the above sentence, which would have had to say I<quite> in POD for the same effect.)
Different times, different use cases: POD was invented in a world of man pages and ugly nroff codes; Markdown in web pages in ugly #HTML.
I think the feature-set is limited and I trust the knowledge of people introducing the change.
But it's a fact that most devs know some markdown nowadays (probably the GitHub dialect) and not many feel joy when they have to learn yet another documentation format limited to a single language.
Markdown is a rough idea and a moving target scribbled down by a blogger for his particular needs in his limited scope.
Any long-term work should be based on a better defined derivative such as CommonMark, Pandoc Markdown, Github's GFM, or Markdig.
I assume that's what they actually mean, and not "Markdown" literally, otherwise they're stepping into trouble.
Da mein Raspberry Pi ohnehin wegen Paperless-ngx läuft, habe ich mal das eben erwähnte Memos ebenfalls dort installiert. Beides sind ja "Mini"-Anwendungen - laufen daher recht flott. Memos hat ganz pfiffige Funktionen - und ist auch auf dem Smartphone sehr flott zu bedienen. Muss ich noch eingehender testen ...
Wrote a podcast script in #Fountain using Notepad and autohotkeys to correct common typing errors. For more on this, read https://robertkingett.com/2023/02/26/how-to-write-a-radio-script-in-fountain/ #Markdown #Podcasts #Podcasts
Simple, Non-Commercial, Open Source Notes
"I don't need a second brain or, dear God, a life operating system with databases, kanban charts …whatever endless features! I just need to store notes, recipes, travel plans, whatever."
#getofftheproductivitytreadmill #notetaking #pkm #gtd #notes #obsidian #onenote #evernote #typora #simplenote #zim #qownnotes #notion #zettlr #zettelkasten #logseq #markdown #joplin #roamresearch #orgmode #neovim #dendron
One option would be to ask around which #Mastodon instances allow for more than #500Characters and then move there.
An even better option would be to ditch Mastodon altogether and move elsewhere in the #Fediverse. Then you won't have to ask around for instances with a high character count, and you can stay connected with the same people. Remember that #MastodonIsNotTheFediverse.
#Firefish, for example, offers 3,000 characters by default. Some instances offer even more. And it offers #TextFormatting through #Markdown including formatting that Mastodon still can't display.
There are Fediverse projects with even higher character counts. But another advantage of Firefish is that it can import Mastodon accounts AFAIK which makes moving easier.
@atoponce @aweatherall I’m curious why you wouldn’t want lines to wrap in a #markdown editor or a #pkm app like #Obsidian. I understand that disabling line wrapping is standard for code editors, but Obsidian isn’t one.
EDIT: You can turn off line wrapping in code blocks with the Style Settings plugin if you use the #Minimal theme (which *also* uses the Minimal Theme Settings plugin).
But is there no way to disable line wrap? I already have "Settings -> Editor -> Display -> Readable line length" toggled off. But long lines still wrap. I'm not seeing any other option that would affect line wrapping.
I’ve started using the Plain Text Editor app by Sindre Sorhus, to display my weekly task plan.
- Brain Dump mode (lets you type, but not delete)
- Word, character, and line count
The only feature I miss is a keyboard shortcut for shifting lines up and down. No big deal; I can always copy-paste.
- Update markdownlint version (markdownlint-cli2 v0.9.2, markdownlint v0.30.0)
Oh hey, didn't know this would work myself but thanks to Wolflu on the Docsify Discord it looks like you can also use GitHub Gists as a way to quickly create Docsify-This pages👀
For example, the Gist containing #Markdown https://gist.github.com/paulhibbitts/fd17392305896f6e64b9dfe9ff7c1f7e can be displayed as a standalone Web page using https://docsify-this.net (whose styling can then be modified to seamlessly embed into other platforms too) https://docsify-this.net/?basePath=https://gist.githubusercontent.com/paulhibbitts/fd17392305896f6e64b9dfe9ff7c1f7e/raw/673946171d096451a09ba28a825776cff572825f&homepage=8-effective-practices-learned.md&edit-link=https://gist.github.com/paulhibbitts/fd17392305896f6e64b9dfe9ff7c1f7e&toc=true&edit-link-text=View%20Source%20Gist&toc-headings=h3&dark-mode=true
Beaver Notes: A Private Cross-Platform Open-Source Note-Taking App
This app has a very similar look and feel to it as Obsidian, and also works in Markdown format. And although Obsidian has a kitchen sink full of community plugins, this app is a lot simpler, but it is proper open-source software.
I also like that it has a ...continues
languages replicated include:
there is a cardboard and clay version of this in my trash camp,
AS ABOVE, SO BELOW!
Beaver Notes: A Private Cross-Platform Open-Source Note-Taking App
Beaver Notes screen showing its yellow logo with the letter B on it, and the version number, and link to the website as well as Github project site. The column to the left shows Settings with options for General, Shortcuts and About. On the far left is a narrow vertical toolbar with various icons on it. This app has a very similar look and feel to it as Obsidian, and also works in Markdown format. And although Obsidian has a kitchen sink full of community plugins, this app is a lot […]
I'm Marcus 👋
I'm a software developer, documentarian, and educator who loves helping people build things.
I'm also a privacy advocate who aspires to replace the tools I use with privacy-friendly alternatives.
You have some options with #markdown in #github to try and make some decent information panels. Docs are importants, so trying to make them readable and pointing out data that may be skimmed over, can make a difference
I do like the editor in WriteFreely.
It is a simple & light-weight text editor that lets you type in markdown.
I can imagine some people, who aren't as familiar with markdown, wanting help with markdown. (Which I suspect wouldn't be a difficult feature to add.)
But if you already know markdown, then it works great.
I just found out a neat thing about footnotes in #markdown, can't resist to share: you don't need to number them yourself, write whatever text you want and it'll dynamically automate the numbering for you.
E.g.: "Footnote[^1]" can be replaced by "Footnote[^lorem]". Then in the footer, just write "[^lorem]: ipsum" instead of "[^1]: ipsum" and it'll save you from manually updating the notes numbers.
I consider myself a reasonably smart guy. I’m not an idiot. I’ve used computers for a long time.
I have never been able to get the #Shortcuts app to do what I want with the Share Sheet.
Did I share an “Article”? A “Safari web page”? A “URL”? “Text”? It’s impossible to know.
All I want to do is share a #Markdown-formatted link to the thing I’m sharing, no matter where I’m sharing it from. That should not be difficult.
Hey fellow #Markdown publishing folks!
I am looking for feedback on the main phases typically involved with Markdown publishing... any comments/feedback? Please ⭐️ if you generally agree or reply with details if not.
• Choosing a (Markdown) Publishing Platform
• Creating or Using a Publishing Platform Instance
• Writing with Markdown
• Presenting Markdown Content
• Platform Maintenance
• Changing Publishing Platforms
Tip of the day: #Markdown is a plain text file format that has become more popular in some circles outside web work. #Markdown allows you to write and add formatting with simple, plain text characters. However, the appearance may be a bit plain for some tastes. Here’s how you can change it. #devonthink #pkm #productivity #tipoftheday https://www.devontechnologies.com/blog/20201020-markdown-styling-in-devonthink
I wish the indent = code block behavior would get deprecated from the #markdown specs. Triple backtick fences for blocks and single backticks for inline have code references covered, and indents could be freed again for the purposes for which they’ve always been used in prose and verse. (Markdown is a poor choice for #writing #poetry because of the indent prohibition.)
Programmers aren’t the only ones who use markdown.
Currently I'm using pandoc to convert bib to #markdown and then pasting them in at the bottom but is manual to say the least. Also explicit referencing of which is v.bad.
One answer is: do it in a separate file and render to readme.md using citeproc.
That still relies on me and my local machine OR building a workflow for it. I guess we could do this using auto actions... But that means doing a business case.
@gelberhut @biscotty @obsidianmd I agree with gelberhut. Folders are to organization as plaintext is to data, and are one of the keys to a files-first, future-proofing approach. #Obsidian could break and refuse to open, and I could still navigate my notes in any file manager and open and use them in any text or #markdown editor. That’s going to be a lot harder to do if you’ve dumped all of your thousands or tens of thousands of notes in root. #PKM
My favourite way of linking in #markdown is the "reference style", where you write the link at the bottom of the document to keep the source text legible without the necessity of rendering:
This is a paragraph with some [outgoing link][id], written in a way that keeps the markdown source legible.
... and this is the end of the document.
[id]: https(:)//the.destination.of.the/link "and the title"
@IceCubesApp I really like your app but please, could you implement Markdown formatting? Or at least show the raw text instead of removing Markdown markers? 🙏🙂
Link to screenshotted post: https://neuromatch.social/@elduvelle/111004200074131292
@Calixthe @reichenstein @drafts #pkm WYSIWYG is a misnomer when it comes to plaintext and #markdown. True WYSIWYG requires rich text and modern graphical page layout features, so that What You See on your screen is precisely What You Get when you print or export to PDF—including typefaces, point sizes, spacing, leading, kerning, margins, colors, page and line breaks, image sizes and placements, etc.
Live preview just hides the markdown characters except when your cursor is adjacent to them.
Do you use @drafts to post to weblog.lol? I’ve updated the Drafts Action so it now automatically formats frontmatter using Drafts’ Templates syntax.
Read the blog post: https://cropp.blog/2023/09/improving-my-drafts-workflow-for-my-weblog - or just grab the Action if you’re in a hurry. https://cropp.sh/drafts