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Silverdragon wrote:The only way to make a real paragraph break in Ulysses is to leave a blank line---two enters in a row. If you don't, you're going to be unhappy when it comes time to share your work. It's the way Markdown ( which actually gets translated into HTML and then formatted into your final output format) works.
PS. I admire Mr. Hewson greatly, and bought his book. I tried to use Ulysses for novel writing, and came running back to Scrivener…
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Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:59 pm Post
devinganger wrote:You are aware that Scrivener is not a WYSIWYG editor either, right? That's the whole point of the Compile process -- to divorce what you see on-screen from what gets output.
Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:59 pm Post
brookter wrote:If you’re using the default Markdown XL, you don't need to leave a blank line betweeen paragraphs in Ulysses - it will export fine without them. It's only if you’re using the Markdown format that you need that.
The output is entirely dependent on the export format you choose, of course, but a paragraph in Markdown XL is always a paragraph in the export. The look and format will be different of course, but the unit remains the same.
A couple of the included export formats are suitable for fiction manuscripts and it’s possible to amend them (it’s harder and far less flexible than Scrivenerj but if you’re happy with the defaults, Ulysses's process is simpler.
Sat Nov 10, 2018 11:42 pm Post
DavidWebb wrote:Yes, sorry. I used too loosely the word. But at least it's WYSIWYG for me when I make indents, paragraphs, aligns etc. and I open the project in another device, and behold, all indents and stuff are there and then it's WYSIWYG enough for me
Sun Nov 11, 2018 6:08 am Post
Ah, but I always use the external folder option, which eliminates Markdown XL. So a single return for me translates to a line break, not a paragraph break. As others have posted elsewhere, my fear and loathing of the unified iCloud library is vast. If I'm going to use a plain text format, I by heaven want access to my plain text files. In plain text, thank-you-very-much.
I agree with your comments about export. The difficulty of customising fiction export formats was the deal-breaker for me. OTOH, in working with my blog it's just a translation from Markdown to HTML, which Markdown is designed for. Markdown uploaded to blog, blog uses its formatting to display, all is well.
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