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Re: Using Zim as document editor


 For the save/export side, one possibility would be to do this:-- in Zim do File -> Print to Browser.-- in the browser, print or save to PDF. (The details of how do this vary by browser and o/s. You may have to install things and configure the browser.
There's also in zim a File -> Export... with other formats (markdown in particular).
This doesn't address the import side, though.
    On Monday, January 2, 2023 at 09:00:42 PM PST, Little Girl <littlergirl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:  
 Hey there,

Johan Vromans wrote:
>Little Girl wrote:

>I did some experiments and it seems that this is not a viable
>approach. One of the reasons is that Zim does not recognize wiki
>markup when receiving data from the custom tool. 

Ah, that makes sense.

>For example a simple 'cat' filter, run on
>    aaa
>    bbb    <- this line is bold
>    ccc    <- this line is italic
>    ddd
>turns the content into
>    aaa
>    **bbb**
>    //ccc//
>    ddd
>which is clearly not desired.


>I think what I would need is something more powerful, i.e.
>load/store hooks.

That's beyond my current experience, but I'll be watching this thread
with interest.

Little Girl

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