This is the official documentation for the Zettlr Markdown Editor. This documentation describes the features Zettlr offers for writing text and organizing your files, as well as customizing your experience. In case you have not yet received a copy of Zettlr, you can do so now by going to our download page. Zettlr is currently supported on Windows (7 or newer), macOS (10.10 or newer), and various Linux distributions. Please consult the setup instructions for platform-specific instructions on installing the application on your computer.
With this form, you can create an account on Zettlr Translate. After confirming your account, you can immediately begin translating into any language you want. You can terminate your account at any time at your own discretion. This name must not be your real name. It will be made public if you choose to be credited in the language files. There is a new application available for Sparkers: Zettlr. A Markdown Editor for the 21st century. With Zettlr, writing professional texts is easy and motivating: Whether you are a college student, a researcher, a journalist, or an author — Zettlr has the right tools for you. Zettlr itself implements a mixture of different dialects. The editor itself highlights only GitHub Flavored Markdown plus some extra elements which extends Markdown syntax with Zettelkasten elements. You can also add LaTeX-commands. Zettlr Markdown Support. Zettlr provides support for the following Markdown elements. Zettlr has a config.json but I can't tell if that's something that should be edited like.emacs or if it's a generated file and at a random date my changes will be overwritten. (For completeness, I'm changing useFirstHeadings, which I can't figure out how to do any other way and any way this is better than a.
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This documentation is structured with Zettlr's extensive feature set and target group in mind. We have sorted all available features into a few central categories. If you know exactly what you are looking for, the search bar at the top right is the right starting point for you, otherwise, please follow the descriptions below:
- The First Steps section contains instructions on how to set up everything necessary to start working with Zettlr. It also provides a short 'getting started' guide in case you want to see what the app offers.
- A section on concepts familiarizes you with a few concepts that form the basis of how Zettlr works. It is recommended to read through these documents carefully.
- Guides contain a few guides for quickly setting up Zettlr for broadly described use cases. You will likely need to modify the presented settings to match your own workflow, but these are great starting points to have Zettlr work for you.
- The Core describes the central writing and file management feature sets of Zettlr: What it can do, how it can do it, and where you can customize it.
- Academic Tools focuses on features that are especially useful to –but not limited to!– students and academics.
- References contain information on general topics (such as an explanation of all available settings) which serve as a quick reference for you.
Zettlr has a config.json but I can't tell if that's something that should be edited like.emacs or if it's a generated file and at a random date my changes will be overwritten. (For completeness, I'm changing useFirstHeadings, which I can't figure out how to do any other way and any way this is better than a GUI.).
Zettlr is a free and open source software, which means that its source code is publicly available, and the application comes at no cost. However, this also means that there is no paid staff behind the app – it is completely managed by the community. This means that we actively encourage users to get involved with the app! Depending on your skills and what you like most, there are various ways in which you can help Zettlr out:
- You can translate the app in more languages, and improve existing ones
- You can translate and improve the documentation (GitHub account required)
- You can join the community on Reddit and the forum and help new and other users
- You can tackle open issues on GitHub and help develop the application itself
- Deliver and maintain services, like tracking outages and protecting against spam, fraud, and abuse
- Measure audience engagement and site statistics to understand how our services are used
- Improve the quality of our services and develop new ones
- Deliver and measure the effectiveness of ads
- Show personalized content, depending on your settings
- Show personalized or generic ads, depending on your settings, on Google and across the web
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