Marktext Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to marktext

  • GitHub repo keenwrite

    Java-based desktop text editor with live preview, string interpolation, and formulas

  • GitHub repo github-orgmode-tests

    This is a test project where you can explore how github interprets Org-mode files

  • GitHub repo Visual Studio Code

    Visual Studio Code

  • GitHub repo stackedit

    In-browser Markdown editor

  • GitHub repo SpaceVim

    A community-driven modular vim distribution - The ultimate vim configuration

  • GitHub repo systemd

    The systemd System and Service Manager

  • GitHub repo ghostwriter

    ghostwriter is a cross-platform, aesthetic, distraction-free Markdown editor.

  • GitHub repo markdown-preview.nvim

    markdown preview plugin for (neo)vim

  • GitHub repo BoostNote.next

    Boost Note is a powerful, lightspeed collaborative workspace for developer teams.

  • GitHub repo QOwnNotes

    QOwnNotes is a plain-text file notepad and todo-list manager with markdown support and Nextcloud / ownCloud integration.

  • GitHub repo planner

    Task manager with Todoist support designed for GNU/Linux 🚀

  • GitHub repo notekit

    A GTK3 hierarchical markdown notetaking application with tablet support.

  • GitHub repo Fildem

    Fildem global menu

  • GitHub repo markdown-preview-plus

    Markdown Preview + Community Features

  • GitHub repo Apostrophe

    Mirror of (by ApostropheEditor)

  • GitHub repo libasciidoc

    A Golang library for processing Asciidoc files.

  • GitHub repo emacs-livedown

    Emacs plugin for Livedown.

  • GitHub repo ThiefMD

    The markdown editor worth stealing. Inspired by Ulysses, based on code from Quilter

  • GitHub repo vs-ghostwriter

    ghostwriter is a cross-platform, aesthetic, distraction-free Markdown editor.

  • GitHub repo rtl-markdown

    Vscode markdown right to left support

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better marktext alternative or higher similarity.

Posts

Posts where marktext has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-07-05.
  • Compare AsciiDoc and Markdown
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-07-05
    Check this free markdown WYSIWYG editor https://marktext.app/. I guess it is inspired by Typora which is the first I saw. It is very impressive. Not sure about the image drag and drop. That is app specific.

    I wished we had that for ASCIIDoc because it looks more powerful than the half backed Markdown.

  • Looking for a MS Word look-a-like Markdown/LaTeX editor
    Typora of marktext.
  • FOSS markdown editor
    reddit.com/r/linux | 2021-06-12
    My favorite is https://marktext.app/
  • Remnote vs Obsidian vs Notion
  • Hassle-free, subscription-free alternative to Microsoft Word for Mac
    reddit.com/r/software | 2021-04-30
    MarkText
  • Help pick a Markdown writing app?
    reddit.com/r/macapps | 2021-04-29
    I've been using a free app called MarkText. It lacks the sentence focus, but it has paragraph focus mode. But I'm willing to upgrade to an app that allows for sentence focus. It might seem like a minor feature, but the most difficult thing for me when writing is to keep writing, instead of going back to do minor edits. With paragraph focus, I have improved a lot, but I feel it would be even better with sentence focus.
  • Markdown editor that supports RTL **and** LaTeX for mac?
    reddit.com/r/Markdown | 2021-04-17
    As does Mark Text : https://github.com/marktext/marktext/issues/421
  • Best Tablet for Evernote Use
    reddit.com/r/Evernote | 2021-04-12
  • I love bear, but I still have to ask: what makes bear better than marktext.app?
    reddit.com/r/bearapp | 2021-04-07
    I found marktext.app when I realized Bear doesn't handle math formulas. Then I realized it's free and open source, and it also looks good. I'm downloading it at the moment, if I'll find out it also has a good RTL support, I would really like to be convinced to stay with Bear! I don't mean to come across as arrogant, I'm just curious. I'm probably missing something.
  • How about a global menu natively on Pop! _OS?
    reddit.com/r/pop_os | 2021-04-05
    To demonstrate further, using GNOME as it is designed to be used basically means to use the keyboard for almost everything while only rarely needing to use a mouse. It means setting up keyboard shortcuts for launching apps, using both GNOME's and Pop's keyboard shortcuts for navigation and functionality, and using the keyboard to access menu items. Almost every good piece of Linux software has a broad range of keyboard shortcuts to control most everything, and GNOME's software is no different. See these examples: Firefox, Cmus, Gedit, and Marktext. I normally keep a cheat sheet around when I start using a new program, but many of them are similar across programs, so you don't have to learn everything every time. You don't need any GUI menus to get work done.
    reddit.com/r/pop_os | 2021-04-05
    What i did actually say is to "use GNOME as it is designed to be used". There is a massive difference! Using GNOME as it is designed to be used basically means to use the keyboard for almost everything while only rarely needing to use a mouse. Using GNOME as it is designed to be used means setting up keyboard shortcuts, using both GNOME's and Pop's keyboard shortcuts for navigation and functionality. Additionally, using the keyboard to access menu items. Almost every good piece of Linux software has a broad range of keyboard shortcuts to control most everything. See these examples: Firefox, Cmus, and Marktext. I normally keep a cheat sheet around when I start using a new program. Many of them are similar across programs, so you don't have to learn everything every time. Many of us who work like this also use the terminal for a lot of tasks that most new users would do in Nautilus (Files). Once learned, it is fast, robust and powerful. Learning how to control the system with systemctl, manipulate networks and other tasks are super easy with auto-completions and other CLI tools. This is what I mean by using GNOME as it is designed to be used. I've never had a system crash doing this on seven machines. There is a huge underlying user group using GNOME in this manner.
  • What's the best markdown editor for Chromebooks?
    reddit.com/r/Markdown | 2021-04-04
    Mark Text is a great and more straightforward markdown editor available as an appimage that might run on a chromebook's linux mode.
  • Looking for a Markdown extension with particular behavior.
    reddit.com/r/vscode | 2021-03-18
  • GhostWriter is a distraction free Markdown editor
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-24
    Are you trying the same Mark Text app (https://marktext.app/ , https://github.com/marktext/marktext)? Here is a screenshot I just took, trying out things: https://i.imgur.com/bvE0FyM.png — it seems to do WYSIWYG just like Typora (which I have used extensively), and in fact I can't find a separate preview mode anywhere. (There is a View→Source Code Mode checkbox that you can turn on if you want to view only the source code for some reason, but that's not the default.) See also the screenshots in the GitHub repo's README (https://raw.githubusercontent.com/marktext/marktext/develop/...). Could you explain the difference you have in mind?
  • Joplin lacking basic WYSIWYG features
    reddit.com/r/joplinapp | 2021-02-21
    Another Typora-like editor that is open-source is Mark Text.

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marktext/marktext is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.