Marxico is a delicate Markdown editor for Evernote. With reliable storage and sync powered by Evernote, Marxico offers greate writing experience.
- Versatile - supporting code highlight, LaTeX & flow charts, inserting images & attachments by all means.
- Exquisite - neat but powerful editor, featuring offline docs, live preview, and offering the desktop client and offline Chrome App.
- Sophisticated - deeply integrated with Evernote, supporting notebook & tags, two-way bind editing.
Markdown is a plain text formatting syntax designed to be converted to HTML. Markdown is popularly used as format for readme files, … or in text editors for the quick creation of rich text documents. - Wikipedia
As showed in this manual, it uses hash() to identify headings, emphasizes some text to be bold or italic. You can insert a link , or a footnote1. Serveral advanced syntax are listed below, please press
Ctrl + / to view Markdown cheatsheet.
@requires_authorization def somefunc(param1='', param2=0): '''A docstring''' if param1 > param2: # interesting print 'Greater' return (param2 - param1 + 1) or None class SomeClass: pass >>> message = '''interpreter ... prompt'''
You can use
- [ ] and
- [x] to create checkboxes, for example:
Note: Currently it is only partially supported. You can’t toggle checkboxes in Evernote. You can only modify the Markdown in Marxico to do that. Next version will fix this.
Dancing with Evernote
Notebook & Tags
@(Notebook)[tag1|tag2|tag3] syntax to select notebook and set tags for the note. After typing
@(, the notebook list would appear, please select one from it.
Marxico would adopt the first heading encountered as the note title. For example, in this manual the first line
Welcome to Marxico is the title.
Note saved by Marxico in Evernote would have a red ribbon button on the top-right corner. Click it and it would bring you back to Marxico to edit the note.
Note: Currently Marxico is unable to detect and merge any modifications in Evernote by user. Please go back to Marxico to edit.
While saving rich HTML content in Evernote, Marxico puts the Markdown text in a hidden area of the note, which makes it possible to get the original text in Marxico and edit it again. This is a really brilliant design because:
- it is beyond just one-way exporting HTML which other services do;
- and it avoids privacy and security problems caused by storing content in a intermediate server.
Privacy Statement: All of your notes data are saved in Evernote. Marxico doesn’t save any of them.
Marxico stores your unsynchronized content locally in browser storage, so no worries about network and broswer crash. It also keeps the recent file list you’ve edited in
Document Management(Ctrl + O).
Note: Although browser storage is reliable in the most time, Evernote is born to do that. So please sync the document regularly while writing.
Ctrl + /
Ctrl + S
Ctrl + Alt + N
Ctrl + Enter
Ctrl + Alt + Enter
Ctrl + O
Ctrl + M
Ctrl + B
Ctrl + G
Ctrl + L
Ctrl + H
Marixo offers a free trial of 10 days. After that, you need to purchase the Pro service. Otherwise, you would not be able to sync new notes. Previous notes can be edited and synced all the time.
Feedback & Bug Report
Thank you for reading this manual. Now please press
Ctrl + M and click
Link with Evernote. Enjoy your Marxico journey!