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status-completed Why not use this to add the button? It preserves the integrity of other buttons, and ensures that a button does not get added twice (for example, when in the review section, it will only add the buttons to the editors which don't have it. //params: text: text of button //params: callback: a function which takes id of textarea as argument(...


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feature-request status-completed Wrt the <kbd></kbd> insertion, how about this simple scenario: user has Shift+Alt+P and wants to convert it to Shift+Alt+P Current scenario: user highlights all three keys individually and highlights them one by one. Boring! :( Proposed scenario: user highlights the entire string (Shift+Alt+P) at once, presses ...


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Stack Exchange's markdown is just a variation of standard Markdown, so the MultiMarkdown editor may be enough of what you want. Other options: MarkdownPad - a "fully featured Markdown editor with live preview". Developed by a SO aficionado. Emacs Markdown Mode - a plugin for the common programming editor. See, also, "Are there any text editors which are ...


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This was an old, old bug: a bit of logic assumes that revisions can be ordered by their creation date. This is not true for Improved edits, as both the suggested edit and subsequent Improvement share the same date... So you'd get the wrong markdown. I've resolved this by falling back on ID to order, which is how we do it most other places. This may not ...


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feature-request status-planned Can you please add in [tag:something] (to work like the other features) The icon can just be tag


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feature-request status-completed Can you please add in strike-through <del>text</del> and Line break <br />


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bug status-completed The entire extension doesn't function properly in the profile editor (/users/edit/{UserID}). I can click on all of the buttons but nothing happens. (GIF) This is probably related to this.


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bug tampermonkey status-completed I have a slow internet, so the webpage loading circle may still keep spinning while the #wmd-input textbox has already loaded. In this case, I've noticed that if I place my cursor into the textbox before the page loads, there are two instances of the five set of buttons that get inserted into my toolbar. Here's a screenshot:...


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status-completed I've added a fix to point 3 over here (it's forked) It deals with <kbd>[selected text]</kbd> and [<kbd>text</kbd>], where the [] denotes selection. It will not deal with wierd stuff like <kb[d>text</kbd>]. (Could be done using regexes)


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