11 January 2014
So I write in Markdown, which is basically a text file where you put asterisks around stuff you want to underline, etc. There’s more to it than that, of course. Full syntax here.
There are a number of Markdown editors. I normally use Byword, which I prefer.
However, there’s another Markdown editor, Writer Pro, that has a cool feature I rather like using for editing. You can syntax highlight any of the following: nouns, verbs, prepositions, adjectives, adverbs, or conjunctions.
Pretty sweet, huh?
It’s gonna save trees, as I traditionally have printed out for these editing passes. Don’t have to any more. Yay.
And, part of the beauty of the Markdown format: you can freely switch between these (or any other) Markdown editors.
The heavy lifting on this feature’s actually a part of MacOS, so there may be other editors doing this soon. One can hope.