Cheat sheet #62

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pipedreambomb commented Mar 21, 2013

Hi Joe,

First, I had some trouble building the project, I found using "npm i -d" installs the dependencies such as express and its sub-dependencies and then everything works like magic. I've made that little modification to the instructions as such.

The thing I wanted to add was the cheat sheet. When I first tried Dillinger, I opened it up and pasted in my existing markdown, but then realised I couldn't remember how what the formatting should go like. I thought there might be some help and I clicked Utilities, but I didn't what I wanted. I thought instead of just tweeting you, I'd try a quick patch myself. It displays another menu item that takes you to this cheatsheet on GitHub.

Cheers,
George

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pipedreambomb commented Mar 21, 2013

Balls, left out the change to the View, just a minute.

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pipedreambomb commented Mar 21, 2013

Ok done :)

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@joemccann joemccann Merge pull request #62 from pipedreambomb/master
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@joemccann joemccann merged commit 8372afe into joemccann:master Apr 28, 2013

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joemccann commented Apr 28, 2013

I merged this but what would be awesome would be too embed this as an iframe inside a modal as opposed to opening another window. Or even, just take the cheatsheet copy from github's page and dump it directly into the modal!

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pipedreambomb commented Apr 29, 2013

Sure, I'll take a look soon. Cheers!

@joemccann joemccann added a commit that referenced this pull request May 8, 2016

@joemccann joemccann Merge pull request #62 from pipedreambomb/master
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