May 21st, 2013
· Markdown Here now supports Safari! Thanks to users unscriptable and martinsvalin for requesting it.
· Fixed bug in Firefox v23 (current Aurora): Options page wasn't working.
March 12th, 2013
· Fixed Firefox+Linux bug (#56): Toolbar button icon was not displaying correctly. Thanks to users ynoxia and jljouannic for reporting the bug.
· Fixed Firefox bug: Toolbar button would not stay removed when browser was restarted.
· Added support for Icedove (Debian version of Thunderbird).
February 21st, 2013
· Pre-formatted links will now be retained. If you use your email editor's formatting controls to create a link, it will be retained when you toggle the Markdown Here rendering state.
· Firefox/Thunderbird: Fixed bug; Resetting the primary stying CSS wasn't working.
January 4th, 2013
· Firefox/Thunderbird: Actually fixed the bug that I thought I fixed in v2.6.3. Much thanks to Daniel Ashton for letting me know that it was still busted and John Galt for assisting in the fix.
December 3rd, 2012
· Firefox/Thunderbird: Fixed bug: Changes in Firefox/Thunderbird version 17 resulted in the options page not working correctly.
October 10th, 2012
· Firefox/Thunderbird: Fixed bug: Tabbing into the email body and then Markdown-Toggling via keyboard (i.e., never clicking the mouse in the message body) would result in the email body being lost when sent.
· This is due to a bug in Firefox/Thunderbird.
· Discovered Wordpress post compatibility, thanks to user Sina Iravanian.
September 28th, 2012
· Added hot-key (keyboard shortcut) support. The default key combination is ctrl+alt+m, but it is configurable from the Markdown Here options. Using the hot-key is identical to using the “Markdown Toggle” context menu item.
· Added basic support for the Postbox desktop email client, at the request of a user. There are some significant caveats, like the lack of an options page.
· Fixed bug: Gmail and Thunderbird reply exclusion wasn’t working well, resulting in quoted replies getting messed up when doing a full (non-selection) rendering.
· Fixed: In Chrome on OS X, right-clicking on a word causes it to be selected. If “Markdown Toggle” were then clicked, it would render just that one word, which is lame. This behaviour is now avoided by not rendering single word selections – if a single word is selected, the entire content will be rendered instead.
· Discovered Evernote web-interface compatibility, thanks to user markgoodson. (See details.)