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  1. Download: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4345768/markdown-toc.alfredworkflow Usage: Select markdown document, and select [Markdown TOC] then toc contents are copied to Clipboard. Markdown: Output: Default depth of section is 2.
  2. Overview TOC Workflow creates, updates and removes a markdown table of contents that can be useful when writing a more complex document. It should work fine when exported to a html document. Note that, due a bug/limitation of current OSX PDF print function, TOC will not work in a PDF saved/converted by most of writing applications. How to Use Create a TOC open your markdown editor and type your text when you finish it show Alfred and type the keyword toc press Return key the workflow will select the text, copy it, add the TOC and anchor, then paste the text back You can also set a hotkey to create a TOC. Update a TOC If you have edited the text after inserting the TOC then just run the keyword toc again and the workflow will create an updated TOC. Remove a TOC The workflow can also remove the TOC and anchors for good. It can be handy if you e.g. want to work with a cleaner text, without TOC and anchors. To remove show Alfred, type the keyword toc, hold Command key then press Return key. You can also set a hotkey to remove it. Screenshots Type your markdown text as always and don't you worry about TOC: Show Alfred, type the keyword toc then press return key (or use the hotkey) to create a TOC and the anchors: Preview the document to see the TOC: Download Before using the workflow for good make some tests and backup your texts first. Version 1.0 29 Apr 2014 Requires Alfred 2.3 Download Now
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