Download package from : Typora's Index
Supporting system : Windows, Linux, MacOS
If you are a ubuntu user, a more convenient method is provided for you:
# or run: # sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys BA300B7755AFCFAE wget -qO - https://typora.io/linux/public-key.asc | sudo apt-key add - # add Typora's repository sudo add-apt-repository 'deb https://typora.io/linux ./' sudo apt-get update # install typora sudo apt-get install typora
Typora is using GitHub Flavored Markdown. So you can write conveniently in Markdown.
From my perspective, the keyboard accelerators of Markdown is the biggest feature of this software. Some commonly used shortcuts are list here.
|Ctrl+1||#||Ctrl+b||Bold||Ctrl+k||insert a Hyperlink|
|Ctrl+2||##||Ctrl+d||Select a word||Ctrl+l||Select a sentence|
|Ctrl+3||###||Ctrl+e||Select same format||Ctrl+t||Create a table|
|Ctrl+5||#####||Ctrl+h||Search and replace||Ctrl+Shift+i||Insert a diagram|
|Ctrl+6||######||Ctrl+i||Italic||Ctrl+Shift+m||Insert a formula|
A Code highlight is fullfill by using ``` and it supports most of program languages.
If you want to quote some sentences from other peoples, you can do it by input this mark ' > '.
A list can be writen in ' - ' mark, and you need to type a blank space between ' - ' and your sentence.
Tick boxes are provided, you can introduce this function by typing ' - [ ] '.
Reference links can be added by this approach:
This is [an example][id] reference-style link. Then, anywhere in the document, you define your link label on a line by itself like this: [id]: http://example.com/ "Optional Title Here"
There is a manual about how to use Markdown in details: Markdown-Reference
Your article can be export as PDF, docs, latex, epub, html, media wiki, image and so on.
The above is all the content.