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Alphanumeric Markdown Footnote

by TehShrike ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text plugin that inserts footnotes into your markdown for you

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  • Win 353
  • OS X 128
  • Linux 88
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Linux 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Alphanumeric Markdown Footnote

A Sublime Text 3 plugin.

When a shortcut is pressed, inserts footnotes where the cursor is.

If the cursor is inside a footnote, you can hit a different shortcut to go back to where the footnote marker is in the document.

Similar to MarkdownFootnotes, having these shared features:

  • Adds a footnote label to the cursor position and a corresponding footnote entry to the bottom of the file.
  • Automatically handles footnote numbers, keeping them consecutive, like Microsoft Word.
  • Automatically places cursor in the footnote entry so you can just start typing away at your note.

It differs from MarkdownFootnotes by:

  • handling non-integer footnote ids
  • ignoring your currently selected text when creating the footnote
  • not bothering to validate all of your footnotes
  • when footnote ids end with a number, use that prefix for the new footnote, but adjust all the numbers to line up
  • having a “go back to the footnote marker” shortcut
  • less code
  • tests

Example

This is a test paragraph

And here is another[^chapter1-1]

[^chapter1-1]: Totally a footnote

With the cursor at the end of the first line, hitting the shortcut produces this:

This is a test paragraph[^chapter1-1]

And here is another[^chapter1-2]

[^chapter1-1]: 

[^chapter1-2]: Totally a footnote

with the cursor on the footnote line immediately after [^chapter1-1]:.

Keybinding

Insert footnote

  • ctrl+f (OS X)
  • ctrl+alt+f (Linux, Windows)

Move to footnote

  • ctrl+alt+f (OS X)
  • ctrl+alt+super+f (Linux, Windows)

To run tests

python3 test.py

License

WTFPL