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Markor v2.8 update is out! Get the update from F-Droid, Google Play or GitHub!
Continue reading to find out what’s new, improved and fixed in this update.

Highlights

Multi-selection for todo.txt dialogs

Multi-selection was added to Markor’s dialogs, particularly for the todo.txt format.

  • You can now select multiple context & formats to search for, or to insert.

  • The search button (top menu) will also show the multi-selection when you have a file in todo.txt format open. If you select multiple todos and they are not one after the other, then those entries are reorder. Afterwards all selected entries will be highlighted in the editor, and you may apply actions on them. Like mark all of them as done or add one or more contexts.

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Search files by content

Since Markor v2.7 you can recursive search for files by their contents.
This search now also checks contents of files encrypted by Markor.



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Changelog

Notice: Development changelog is always available from GitHub. See the history for code changes.

  • Reference to GitHub discussion on More page, by @gsantner
  • Add multi-selection to todo.txt dialogs, by @harshad1 @gsantner
  • In-content search support for encrypted files, #1388 by @opensource21
  • Remove alternative todo.txt naming (tags/categories), by @gsantner


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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.