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Haroopad

Haroopad

Haroopad is an open source Markdown enabled document processor for creating web-friendly documents. With this software, you can author professional-looking documents of various formats: blog posts, slides, presentations, reports, email and more. Furthermore, you can send your documents as email.

Haroopad offers the same editing experience regardless of platform. It runs on all three major operating systems—Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

 Haroopad 0.12.2

Price
Free to download

Size
35.4MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Rhio kim

Website
pad.haroopress.com

System Requirements

Support:
Manual, Forums, Twitter, GitHub

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Themes, Skins and UI Components
    • Themes for editor 30 styles
    • Syntax highlighting in fenced code block on editor
    • Ruby, Python, PHP, Javascript, C, HTML, CSS
    • Based on CodeMirror
  • Live Preview themes
    • 7 themes based markdown-css
  • Syntax Highlighting
    • 71 languages & 44 styles based on highlight.js
  • Custom Theme
    • Style based on CSS (Cascading Style Sheet)
  • Font Size
    • Editor and Viewer font size control using Preference Window & Shortcuts
  • Embedding Rich Media Contents - v0.8
    • Video, Audio, 3D, Text, Open Graph and oEmbed
    • About 100 Major Internet Services (Youtube, SoundCloud, Flickr ...) Support
    • Drag & Drop support
  • Display Mode
    • Default (Editor:Viewer), Reverse (Viewer:Editor), Only Editor, Only Viewer (View > Mode)
  • Insert Current Date & Time
    • Various Format support (Insert > Date & Time)
  • HTML to Markdown
    • Drag & Drop your selected text on Web Browser
  • Options for markdown parsing
  • Outline View
  • Vim Key-binding
  • Export to PDF, HTML
  • Styled HTML copy to clipboard for WYSIWYG editors
  • Auto Save & Restore
  • Document state information
  • Tab or Spaces for Indentation
  • Colum(Single, Two and Three) Layout View
  • Markdown Syntax Help Dialog.
  • Import and Export settings
  • Support for LaTex mathematical expressions using MathJax
  • Export documents to HTML and PDF
  • Build extensions for making your own feature
  • Transform documents into a blog system, Wordpress, Evernote and Tumblr, without any effort
  • Full screen mode
  • Cross platform support
  • Internationalization support: English, Korean, Spanish, Chinese Simplified, German, Vietnamese, Russian, and Greek

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