@adam-p adam-p released this Sep 7, 2015 · 4 commits to master since this release

  • New logo! Created by Austin Anderson and chosen by the Markdown Here users, our great new logo is finally ready for action.
    • Much thanks to Austin for his work polishing and tweaking the 60 variants of the logo. He did a lot of work getting things just right.
    • Thanks to everyone else who submitted a design: Rafe Goldberg, Jack Reis, Enrique Esquinas, Leon Wilmanns. All of their designs were great and I would have been happy for any of them to win.
    • Seriously, if you haven't seen the other designs, go check them out. And then check out their portfolios, bookmark them, and contact them the next time you need design work done.
    • Thanks to all of you who took the time to vote for the new logo.
    • If you are unhappy with the change to a monochrome browser toolbar and context menu button, +1 this issue.
  • Fixed bug #297: Unrendering an email that is a reply to an email that was itself rendered with MDH would fail (if the original email were visible, like with Thunderbird or when it's expanded in Gmail).
    • Thanks to Dave Tapley for creating a great video that illustrated the problem and how to reproduce it.
    • Repeatedly triggering this bug could also lead to the next bug...
  • Fixed bug #289: With forgot-to-render detection enabled, sending a large email could result in MDH causing the mail client to hang.
  • Fixed bug #283: Forgot-to-render detection was broken for Google Inbox. Thanks to Marvin R..
    • If you find that the forgot-to-render detection gets broken for the Gmail or Google Inbox web interfaces, please post to the "markdown-here" Google Group or create an issue in the Github project. The MDH code that hooks into the webmail UI is brittle and might break when Google changes stuff.
  • Fixed bug #288: Some character combinations involving a dollar sign in inline code would render incorrectly.
  • Updated and new translations:



@adam-p adam-p released this May 27, 2015 · 26 commits to master since this release



@adam-p adam-p released this May 22, 2015 · 29 commits to master since this release

  • Fixed bug #251: Improved HTML-to-plaintext processing, in order to make newline handling better. Fixes some cases where tables get messed up. Thanks to hchaase.
  • Fixed bug #241: Rendering was very slow on Chrome Beta and Canary. Thanks to Alex Vaystikh.
  • Fixed Pale Moon compatibility. Thanks to Ismani Nieuweboer.
  • Partially fixed bug #104: Pre-rendered links (especially auto-links) in code were getting converted to Markdown when rendering (so you end up with raw Markdown in your code). This is now fixed for backtick-style code (inline and block), but not for indented code blocks.
  • Updated translations:



@adam-p adam-p released this Apr 6, 2015

No user-facing code changes. Modifications to pass Mozilla review. (Added a preprocessor to strip out cross-browser code.)



@adam-p adam-p released this Apr 5, 2015

No change. Version bump. Trying to get past Mozilla review.



@adam-p adam-p released this Mar 29, 2015 · 53 commits to master since this release

  • Fixed bug #243: Due to the way paragraphs were styled, there appeared to be a "blank line" inserted at the top when your Markdown-Here-rendered your content. The styling was changed to correct this.
  • Changed styling of sub-ordered-lists to match Github's: Top level is still numbers, first sub level is Roman letters, second sub level is Roman numerals. Will make your email lists look totally pro.
  • Fixed bug #237: Made Mozilla preferences handling more robust. Helps to deal with non-ANSI characters, synchronization, and corruption.
    • Thanks to flying-sheep for reporting the corruption problem and helping to diagnose it.
  • Added and updated translations:



@adam-p adam-p released this Feb 17, 2015 · 69 commits to master since this release

  • Fixed bug #233: Reference links were broken if the URL part was pre-formatted.
  • Added forgot-to-render check support for "Inbox by Google".
  • Updated translations:



@adam-p adam-p released this Nov 11, 2014 · 84 commits to master since this release