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Things 'went wrong' at the beginning. You can't use italics in a plain text document. Asterisks are often used to show emphasis, which is what italics should be doing. No, there is no way for you to assert your email preferences on someone else's email client. It's possible they are receiving your emails fine, but may just be sending plain text. There is ...


Unfortunately, no. There does not appear to be any formatting options available, other than things like lists and note color.


I recommend Markdown Preview Is a simple Add-on that (just) makes previews of the markdown document you are creating. As far I understand, the main request is to preview it, so I think this is what you are searching for.


I like to test my Markdown locally before pushing somewhere viewable only through a URL. So I want a relative URL that I can use anywhere. GitHub now supports those. Your images subdirectory, assuming it's in the same directory as your Markdown file, doesn't need a slash at the beginning — try: markdown ![GitHub Logo](images/logo.png) instead of ...

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