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Keyboard Shortcuts, Markdown, and Autocomplete – Atlassian Documentation

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/06/14

Details at [WayBack] Keyboard Shortcuts, Markdown, and Autocomplete – Atlassian Documentation; summary:

To view all Confluence keyboard shortcuts, do any of the following:

  • Choose the help icon  from the universal sidebar, then choose Keyboard Shortcuts.
  • When viewing a page, press shift+?
  • While editing a page, choose the question mark icon from the editor toolbar.

a list of some of the most common shortcuts:

Markdown

Use markdown shortcuts to format text from the comfort of your keyboard.

  1. Either:
    • Type [ and then the first few characters of the page title, user’s name, image name or file name.
    • Type the first few characters of the page title, user’s name, image name, or file name (or select relevant text) and then press ctrl+shift+k.
  2. Click the relevant link from the list of suggestions.

If the item you need is not in the list, either choose Search for ‘xxx’ to continue looking for the page within Confluence, or Insert Web Link to link to an external page.

When a Windows shortcut has Ctrl in it, the MacOS shortcut uses Command.

–jeroen

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Markdeep as an extension to markdown

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/02/25

For my link archive: Markdeep

Via:

 

Related:

–jeroen

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Create table without header in markdown/reStructuredText?

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/06/12

It looks like few of the markdown parsers can generate a table without a header: [WayBack] Create table without header in markdown – Stack Overflow.

This comes close in some generators as they generate a half-height empty header for it:

| | | |
|-|-|-|
| Normal Key| Value1 |
|__BoldKey__| Value2 |

But [WayBack] reStructuredText Markup Specification: Grid Tables do support it even if a pipe cell delimiter is inside a cell content:

+--------------+----------+-----------+-----------+
| row 1, col 1 | column 2 | column 3  | column 4  |
+--------------+----------+-----------+-----------+
| row 2        | Use the command ``ls | more``.   |
|              |                                  |
+--------------+----------+-----------+-----------+
| row 3        |          |           |           |
+--------------+----------+-----------+-----------+

–jeroen

 

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Angle brackets in markdowndown needs to be escaped

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/19

A few days after filing <path> disappears from "Preview" rendering and also from actual rendering (at least in issues), I realised that this is by intent: Markdown allows to [WayBack] inline html which means that code like below will be all treated as such:

<path>

> <path>

*<path>*

**<path>**

> *<path>*

> **<path>**

The solution is to either escape or quote with back-ticks:

`<path>`

> `<path>`

*`<path>`*

**`<path>`**

> *`<path>`*

> **`<path>`**

Since WordPress also is based on pseudo-HTML codes, it too needs escaping.
–jeroen

 

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Some Markdown links on phrasing more difficult markdown for correct rendering

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/20

After blogging on Markdown notes in 2014, Markdown support has come a long way. It also means that the documents written in Markdown has become more complex, and that more tools can render it.

Given the vague aspects of many Markdown dialects, rendering can be troublesome (see my post Babelmark 2 online Markdown checker), so below are some links on some aspects I had trouble with getting right.

Note that there are two markdown linters:

Sometimes, issues are present in one, but not in the other; see:

The command line interface to the Ruby version is easier to install than the JavaScript version as everything is in one gemmdl, unlike the npm, where the cli is in markdown-cli and the library in markdownlint.

–jeroen

Related:

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