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Used by ﬁles with .markdown, .md, .mmd and .txt ﬁle extensions.
In similar theory to the use of a stylesheet in a word processing ﬁle, Markdown headings describe a document structure that can be recreated in the binder. If a MultiMarkdown or YAML metadata block is found, it will be inserted as the ﬁrst document at the top level. 1 Below that, each header found in the Markdown ﬁle will be used to create a new document at an appropriate level of depth, with any text following that header up to the point of the next header included in that document.
Convert Markdown When this option is ticked, Scrivener will use the MultiMarkdown engine to convert the imported content to rich text, removing all Markdown formatting in the process.
This process is done via the html output that Markdown creates, and so in essence Scrivener will be importing an html version of the original document. This may result in some limitations that you deem unacceptable. If you require more precise control over the appearance the document, you are advised to use your preferred Markdown engine to generate a document to your speciﬁcations, and then import that into Scrivener. For example, you could use the Pandoc engine to create a .docx ﬁle and then import that with stylesheet interpretation to split by header level.
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