- Supported markup languages
Gazer natively supports the following markup languages: Markdown, MarkdownExtra, MultiMarkdown, BBCode, HTML, Smark, Textile, Wikitext. automatically detects which markup language should be used for the file extension of the file to be displayed. In preferences, you can add new file extensions and change their assignment to the corresponding language.
In addition, other markup languages CriticMarkup are also supported, which can be provided with custom CSS styles through the #preferences.
For MultiMarkdown users, there is also a special option to use the MultiMarkdown terminal tool through #GazerPreferences.
- Automatic content update
Gazer automatically updates the view every time a file is saved. This allows you to edit the text in your favorite editor while viewing the formatted document.
Textbundle and Textpack support
Gazer also supports the popular Textbundle and Textpack formats, and can also be formatted in all markup languages supported.
- Custom preview
You can use CSS files to control the view of the document in #Gazer. comes with four different styles, each with light and dark versions. In addition, you can use Gazer’s default settings to add any number of custom CSS files that can be used for previewing.
- HTML code preview
In addition to the formatted preview, you can also view the HTML code of the formatted document.
- Basic URL options
Gazer provides a wide range of options for setting the base URL, which allows you to display images from other directories or web pages in the document.
- More functions
Export to various formats: TXT, RTF, RTFD, ODT, DOC, PDF, HTML, Textbundle, Textpack
Edit-open the current document in another application
Press the button to copy the HTML code to the clipboard
Adjust font size in preview
View files in Finder
Quickly switch between dark and bright user interface
Full screen mode
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