For those that have/use DEVONthink there is a nice way to get a Markdown environment in Tinderbox. Enclosed is a template project file, intended to be the starting point for a Markdown project.
The changes to a standard TBX project are minimal;
⌘-8 to turn of the curly quotes
modifying Tinderbox standard Markdown prototype to set $HTMLPreviewCommand=/usr/local/bin/multimarkdown
I think I made an error here. I thought that the multimarkdown-file in /usr/local/bin was part of the DEVONthink installation. This is NOT the case (looking in another computer). I’m not really aware of from where I got the multimarkdown installation from, probably here Releases · fletcher/MultiMarkdown-6 · GitHub.
Regarding ⌘-8 it was just for information on changes done to a stock TBX startup.
Cmd+8 opens Document Settings at the last-used tab (default: “General” tab). What you’re after is the Document settings ▸ Text ▸ Smart quotes. The Markdown render engine used is stored in $HTMLPreviewCommand.
Dear David Bertenshaw,
Thanks a lot for your MultiMarkdown’s information.
It works fine.
In my environment Intel mac (BigSur 11.7.5) PATH is still /usr/local/bin or
Modifying Tinderbox standard Markdown prototype
Both settings are working fine.
I am in a hurry to report this.
Sincerely yours, WAKAMATSU