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Posted by Dr Andus
Dec 3, 2014 at 06:46 PM

 

CRC wrote:
>Such a solution would get you from markdown to LyX without having to
>learn all of the LaTeX details. MultiMarkdown can go directly to LaTeX
>as well - without the LyX step if you would prefer.

Charles, thanks for the reminder. For my current project I’ll just have to stick it out with MS Word as the typesetter for practical reasons (no time to learn LyX), but in the future I’ll like to look into the WriteMonkey + LyX workflow.

 


Posted by Marcos D.
Apr 9, 2015 at 01:35 PM

 

Enabling of plugins in WriteMonkey requires a donation to the developers; this would be my first donation of this kind. How much would be recommended ? I don’t want to look like a mean man but the donation is in Euros!

 


Posted by Dr Andus
Apr 9, 2015 at 04:53 PM

 

Marcos D. wrote:
Enabling of plugins in WriteMonkey requires a donation to the
>developers; this would be my first donation of this kind. How much would
>be recommended ?

It’s hard to come up with any rules for this. It depends on what you can afford (which can vary greatly from country to country, and from person to person) and how much you’d be willing to pay for it if it wasn’t free, and how much you think this might be worth to you (i.e. how often you think you’d end up using it). Just a few ways to come up with a figure… You can also donate again, later, if you find it particularly useful and want to support the developer. I use WM almost daily, so I certainly feel good about having supported this developer.

 


Posted by Dr Andus
Dec 13, 2015 at 03:00 PM

 

Here is a screenshot for the forthcoming v. 3 of WriteMonkey. It looks like it is for the Mac version:

https://goo.gl/gjsgo1

It also looks like it has folding, inline comments, some other kind of markup there, but the biggest change (aside from being a Mac version) is the “explorer” panes for projects and files, which also display word counts per file, which is very nice if you’re working on a big project with multiple chapters in individual files.

 


Posted by Hugh
Dec 13, 2015 at 04:02 PM

 

Echoes of Ulysses III?

 


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