Helps to insert and manage links in Markdown files.
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Project Enmeti

Enmeti is a Visual Studio Code extension that's sole purpose is to make it easier to insert and manage your links in Markdown files.

How to Use It

The simplest way to insert a link would be to select some text, right click, and then select Insert Link. It will show an InputBox so you can give it the URL of your link:

Example-1

As you can see in the gif, you can also use the default Ctrl+Shift+I keybinding, or even change it to whatever you prefer in keybindings.json:

Keybindings.json

As usual, any and all input is welcome and much appreciated 😊

Changelog

1.2.4

  • Removed Webpack as it was causing issues after submission to the marketplace

1.2.3

  • Added German and Slovenian to the available languages

1.2.2

  • Added Brazilian Portuguese to the available languages
  • Added webpack support (removed in 1.2.4)
  • Fixed some typos in backend documentation
  • Updated developer dependencies

1.2.0

  • Added support for different languages
    • So far English, Spanish, and French are the only supported languages with English being the default.
    • You can set which language you'd like in your settings with the enmeti.displayLanguage property.
    • Changing the language does require a restart/reload of Visual Studio Code.
    • If you wish to fix any of the existing translations or add new ones, please open a PR or contact Alcha
  • Fixed Enmeti from trying to insert a link when the ESC key is used on an InputBox.