Textbundle Editor allows you to freely set the font, font size, font color, and background color of the text-editor as you like best. Assets The special feature of Textbundle- and Textpack-files, the inclusion of 'assets', files of any kind, is natively supported by Textbundle Editor. So you can easily and conveniently add assets to your Textbundle- and Textpack-files and also remove assets from files. MacDownload.Org - TextbundleEditor1.0.0TNT.zip (4.97 MB) Choose free or premium download SLOW DOWNLOAD. FAST INSTANT DOWNLOAD Download type: Free: Premium: Download speed: 0.03 KBps: Maximum: Waiting time. Textbundle Editor allows you to freely set the font, font size, font color, and background color of the text-editor as you like best.It is completely up to you what the text editor should look like. Textbundle Editor allows you to freely set the font, font size, font color, and background color of the text-editor as you like best.
A Textbundle-file usually provides a Markup-language defined within the Textbundle-file. In the info overview of the current file you have the option to set your file to one of the following markup languages: Markdown, MarkdownExtra, MultiMarkdown, Textile, Wikitext, HTML, BBCode, Smark
The TextBundle file format aims to provide a more seamless user experience when exchanging plain text files, like Markdown or Fountain, between sandboxed applications.
Sandboxing is required for all apps available on the Mac and iOS app store, in order to grant users a high level of data security. Sandboxed apps are only permitted access to files explicitly provided by the user - for example Markdown text files. When working with different Markdown applications, sandboxing can cause inconveniences for the user.
An example: Markdown files may contain references to external images. When sending such a file from a Markdown editor to a previewer, users will have to explicitly permit access to every single image file.
This is where TextBundle comes in. TextBundle brings convenience back - by bundling the Markdown text and all referenced images into a single file. Supporting applications can just exchange TextBundles without asking for additional permissions. Beyond being a simple container, TextBundle includes a standard to transfer additional information - to open up new possibilites for future integration.
You can download a simple example file for a TextBundle file (Version 2) and its compressed variant TextPack. We provide also an example for apps only supporting TextBundle file (Version 1).
|Bear||macOS, iOS, iPadOS||1.0||1.0||v2|
|Craft||macOS, iOS, iPadOS, web||1.0||1.0||v2|
|eBookBinder||macOS||1.4.0||1.4.0||v2 (md, html, Textile, Wikitext, BBCode, Smark)|
|Go Edit||iOS, iPadOS||1.0||1.0||v2 (md, html)|
|iThoughts||macOS, iOS, iPadOS, Windows||-||4.11 + (macOS), 2.3 + (Windows), 2.7 + (iOS)||v1|
|Keepmark||Linux, macOS, Windows||1.7||1.7||v2 (Textpack)|
|MindNode||macOS, iOS, iPadOS||2.5 + (macOS), 4.5 + (iOS)||2.5 + (macOS), 4.5 + (iOS)||v2|
|Ulysses||macOS, iOS, iPadOS||2.7||1.2.2||v2|
|XMind: ZEN||macOS, iOS, iPadOS||9.1.0||9.1.0||v2|
|Zettlr||macOS, Linux, Windows||1.2.0||1.2.0||v2|
Developers can easily incorporate TextBundle import and export with the TextBundle library from Shiny Frog. See the GitHub repository for details.
Properly formatted TextBundle files can be viewed with Quick Look on OS X by installing Brett Terpstra’s fork of the MultiMarkdown QuickLook plugin. Be sure to run
qlmanage -r in Terminal after installing or upgrading the plugin.
You can download the official logo of TextBundle in various file formats here. The logo was created by Brett Terpstra. It is published under the CC0 license, so you can use it without restrictions.
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