I currently switched from onenote to joplin and i’m totally in love with that great tool. So far im struggling a bit with the code block highlighter (triple-backtick code blocks). Usually i enter there CLI Commands of Cisco or other Network-Vendors there. Mostly this works great. So far i found out that the tool is detecting automatic the code in the Block and sometimes it changes the highlight-colours to any different language (which i havent founde out so far).
The mostly recognized one also highlights ip-adresses, interface etc. which is nice. But when it detects the code “wrong” this dissappers. i would like to enter it manually in that case.
After a bit research i found out that i have to enter the programm language after the triple-backtick to specify it manually.
```csharp R1(config)# interface Serial0/0/0 R1(config-if)# ip summary-address eigrp 1 192.168.48.0 255.255.254.0
But i don’t know what “language” it detects usually when i enter CLI-Commands.
Has anyone a good experience what command i can enter to highlight CLI-Commands of Cisco etc?
Has anyone an idea where i can find the exactly definition of what programm language highlights what type of sign, word etc.?