OK, getting there.
I am now understanding (remembering?) that the plug-ins under Markdown in Options are built in and that then there are more under plug-ins that I can download the .dl file and then install
I think I can pretty much do what I need with just the built in plug-ins and a couple of installed ones to add buttons ( [Menu items, Shortcuts, Toolbar icons] [Note list and sidebar toggle buttons ] [Insert Date ]) Untagged is helpful too.
I didnt get on with Rich text plugin on first go, couldnt really understand how to use it - I think its to not use the dual pane editor? I think I dont need it really, I can live without colour text and text size (can use marked for former and headings for latter)
I have a couple of Q's about the inbuilt ones:
- Why is underline referred to as insert in the built in plug-ins?
- Multimarkdown table and deflist give me a bit more syntax for more complex stuff?
If I work like that I can stay within Joplin without messing around with other editors
EDIT: It says in Joplin that the emojii markdown built in plugin does not work with the WYSIWYG editor but I can toggle between the two and the smilies remain intact
Similarly, the below renders well in both dual pane and WYSIWYG editors despite note that Multimarkdown table extension is not compatible with WYSIWYG
| | Grouping ||
First Header | Second Header | Third Header |
------------ | :-----------: | -----------: |
Content | *Long Cell* ||
Content | **Cell** | Cell |
New section | More | Data |
And more | With an escaped '\|' ||
I am obviously missing something in this respect .