[NTLK] Do you have a Markdown syntax writing workflow?

Woody Smith woodysmith at me.com
Sat May 10 02:49:25 EDT 2014

Welcome to newtontalk.  
I don't know about Markdown, but I do recall that an extension called nHTML that offered a pallet to HTML code into newtworks documents. I don't think it's necessary to use the extension. 
I used to use html encoded documents to create newton books with NewtsCape on my 2100. At that time I used NCU to transfer documents when I was running classic mac os.  

NCX should be able to transfer your documents with whatever markup code you use to your Mac.
I'm assuming that you are able to connect your Newt to your Mac.  If not that is the place to start.


On May 9, 2014, at 3:06 PM, Stephen Grassie <plaidpixel at mac.com> wrote:

> Hello fellow Newton fans!
> I have recently bought an eMate 300 with the intent to use it as a writing machine among other things. I’m hoping to write plaintext files in MultiMarkdown or Markdown syntax and then transfer those to my Mac or PC for further use.
> If you’re doing something similar, I’d love to hear about your process/workflow.
> -Stephen
> P.S. - This is my first list post. So glad for this list and all the other Newton resources still out there! My first experience with a Newton was in 7th grade when my school brought in eMate 300s for communications class.  It was a tiny school with very little IT help, so I had the pleasure of helping set them all up and figure out syncing and printing. I had bought an MP100 in the past and still have an MP2100, but never really used them without the keyboard and never worked them into my process. When I realized this, I purchased an eMate and have been really enjoying the simplicity of it all over again.
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