- `\n` - insert a new line
If you delete this file, Markdown Edit will restore it with the default
You can change the appearance of the preview view by changing the user
template file. User templates work similar to user settings. The
template file is stored in the `AppData` Folder as `user_template.html`.
It can be quickly accessed by pressing `F8`. Edit it as you see fit.
It is strongly recommended that you keep the IE9 meta tag in the
` with an ID of `contents` is required. This is where the
translated markup is inserted into the document.
When you change settings and save this file, Markdown Edit will
immediately update to reflect the changes.
If you delete this file, Markdown Edit will restore the default
## Spell Checking
Pressing `F7` will toggle spell checking. Spell checking is done as you
type. Right-click on the word to get suggested spellings or to add to
The custom dictionary is a simple text file. It stored in the same
folder as the user settings and user templates. It can be accessed and
edited by pressing `Shift+F7`.
Markdown Edit ships with dictionaries for many languages. Set the
dictionary by pressing `F9`. The dictionaries are stored in the
installation folder under `Spell Check\Dictionaries`.
Markdown Edit has a rudimentary theme system. Themes, control the
appearance of the editor and syntax highlighting. The UI elements (i.e.
dialogs) are not affected.
Out of the box, Markdown comes with several themes which can be accessed
by pressing `Ctrl+T`. Selecting a theme updates your user settings. You
can further edit the theme by opening your user settings (`F9`) and
editing the theme section. This is the recommended way to create a new
Themes are located in the installation directory under `\Themes`.
If you create an awesome theme, send it to me and I'll add it to the
distribution. I'm a lousy artist. :)
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## Mike Ward
### twitter: mikeward_aa
### email: firstname.lastname@example.org
### website: http://markdownedit.com
### github: http://github.com/mike-ward