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Arnon 2 years ago 0
* Support linking a documentto a GitHub repo location
* Commit and push to GitHub
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Planned
bijzz 3 years ago • updated by Rhio Kim 3 years ago 2
I currently export to HTML to share my text with others. Unfortunately, this only works if I also attach a folder with all the referenced images. Could you make an HTML export that embedds images by encoding them into a Base64 stream as to generate stand-alone HTMLs with all information embedded?
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Under review
Vladislav Korecký 3 years ago • updated by HC Haase 3 years ago 2
It will be nice to have support for BibTeX and citations in Haroopad.
Multimardown language supports this feature.

PS: Thank you for the best Multimarkdown editor.
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Planned
Hewei Liu 3 years ago • updated by Rhio Kim 3 years ago 2
Haroopad loads the default language from system automatically. But I think better provide a way of choosing language for user. For myself, I want to use English menus for better communication with my foreign colleagues, but I would keep Chinese as my default OS language...

I don't remember if I could choose language when I installed Haroopad on Windows, but on MacOSX I can't. Anyway, it's not a big issue. Just a small suggestion :)
+4
Under review
weng 2 years ago • updated by Rhio Kim 1 year ago 1

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Jonas 1 year ago 0

Every time I save my markdown file, extra line breaks are inserted in the document(visible the next time i open the file), causing for example tables to be corrupted. Has anyone else experienced this problem?

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Completed
Uggy 4 years ago • updated by Rhio Kim 3 years ago 4
Https://help.github.com/articles/github-flavored-markdown
It would be nice to add "Task Lists" into the set of already supported github-flavored-markdown
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Fixed
김지헌 4 years ago • updated by Víctor Velarde Gutierrez 3 years ago 7

OS : Ubuntu 13.04 amd64

Install and execute haroopad.


occur error.

error Message :

```

/usr/share/haroopad/haroopad: error while loading shared libraries: libudev.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

```


I found Solution : http://askubuntu.com/questions/288821/cannot-open-shared-object-file-libudev-so-0-in-ubuntu-64


```
cd /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/
sudo ln -sf libudev.so.1 libudev.so.0
```
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Under review
Kashif Ali Mian 2 years ago • updated by Dillon Sylvestre 2 years ago 3
After installing updates for windows 8.1 today, copy paste is not working. I tried copying from some m.s word source and try both ctrl+v and manual pasting, but didn't work.
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Under review
Ted Curran 3 years ago • updated by dbYoung 3 years ago 2
I really like being able to open HarooPad quickly when I get an idea and start writing. Once I'm done writing though, I'd like an easy way to save my writing to my Wordpress blog's Drafts storage (via XML-RPC http://codex.wordpress.org/XML-RPC_WordPress_API), or to SimpleNote or Evernote. This would make it a super useful "first step" in my writing process.