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Erato Markdown

by aviflombaum ALL

Open your current file with Erato markdown editor in Sublime 2/3

Details

  • 2013.12.10.15.09.46
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 11 years ago
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Erato Markdown - Sublime Text 2/3

Adds a handy command and menu item to open your current file with Erato.

Installation Instructions

Package Installer

  • Install Sublime Package Control
  • Select “Package Control: Install Package” from the Command Palette (super+shift+p)
  • Find “Erato Markdown” and select

Usage

With the view selected containing the file you wish to preview in Marked:

Command Palette:

  • Select “Markdown: Open with Erato” from the Command Palette (super+shift+p)

Menus:

  • Select Tools → Open with Erato

Thanks

Entirely based on the excellent Mou Markdown Sublime Extension