Zim Wiki improved
Zim Wiki was introduced in the previous update Markor v2.5.
This update includes many quality improvements and additions for Zim Wiki:
- Editor: Support Table of contents (top menu)
- Simplify Zim format detection
- Add more text actions (links, images, checkbox, ..)
- Support file generation on
If you don’t know how the Zim format & syntax works, Markor also includes a reference template
that gives you an overview. It is available from the
+ (New file) dialog in the app or from GitHub.
Newline = new paragraph
By Markdown (more precise - CommonMark) specification, new lines only start a new paragraph when you end the line with two spaces (in the View Mode & exports). You might prefer to always start new lines. For this case there is a new settings option - with it enabled new lines also start a new paragraph.
You can enable this opt-in settings option in the Markdown section.
Per-file settings: Remember selected Format
Per-file settings were introduced in the previous update Markor v2.5.
With this update, Format selection has been reworked. The selected Format is now remembered and restored for each file and was moved to the File settings submenu at the top menu. The current selected Format is now highlighted.
- Markdown: Add settings option for newlines to start new paragraphs, #1260 by @gsantner
- Editor/Viewer: Remember last used file format, show current selected format, #1226 by @harshad1
- Editor/Viewer: Back arrow (top menu) finish activity, #1165 by @gsantner
- Editor: Per-file option to enable/disable syntax highlighting, #1168 by @harshad1
- Share-Into: Add launcher, #1184 by @gsantner
- Markdown: Apply Markor Table of Content config for custom
[TOC]: #too, #1189 by @gsantner
- Editor: Improve writing to sdcard, #1192 by @gsantner
- Zim: Support file generation on
Android<7/Java=6, #1194 by @gsantner
- Zim: Editor: Support Table of contents (top menu), #1186 by @fredericjacob
- Markdown: Math/KaTex: Improve \ line breaks usage, #1196 by @radanovicnik
- ShareInto: Add space after formatted link - messengers then show correct link preview, by @gsantner
- Markdown: Add break page example to Markdown reference, by @gsantner
- Editor: Prevent Android accessibility & autofill to produce errors, #1204 by @harshad1
- Main page: Reduce friction when app was running in background for a while, #1210 by @harshad1
- Search: Add input field to filter search results, #1222 by @harshad1
- Markdown: Don’t start new list item when reaching file end and toggling, #1213 by @harshad1
- Zim: Simplify Zim format detection, #1227 by @gsantner
- Zim: Add more text actions (links, images, checkbox, ..), #1195 by @fredericjacob
- All formats: Date/Time dialog don’t add entry twice to history, #1229 by @harshad1
- Editor/Viewer: Increase scrollbar width, #1241 by @harshad1
- File browser: File move start from current folder, #1234 by @harshad1
- Editor/Viwer: Add file info option (document top menu), #1233 by @harshad1
- Viewer: Privacy: Opt-out of Android WebView’s internal metrics, #1181 by @gsantner
- Markdown: Support Notable’s special home brewed syntax for attachments, #1252 by @gsantner
- Dependencies: Add source code of colorpicker and build subproject, by @gsantner
- Optimize image assets, by @gsantner
- DevOps: Improvements to GitHub Actions CI/CD configuration, by @gsantner
- Improve encryption wording & usage, #1171 #1179 by @opensource21
Markor is a TextEditor for Android. This project aims to make an editor that is versatile, flexible, and lightweight. Markor utilizes simple markup formats like Markdown and todo.txt for note-taking and list management. Markor is versatile at working with text, it can also be used for keeping bookmarks, copying to clipboard, fast opening a link from text and lots of more. Created files are interoptable with any other plaintext software on any platform.Markor is using open formats and is free software, openly developed and accepts community contributions.