I read the article. I've used Typora and they have a very nice editor but it hides formatting. The primary principle of Markdown is it is not WYSIWIG. While I agree that the preview is an impedance mismatch it's optional. Most of us simply write markdown without the preview (even in Markdown Edit). Jeff Atwood has a blog post about why Markdown is popular and why WYSIWIG is evil. https://blog.codinghorror.com/what-you-cant-see-you-cant-get/
Thanks for quick answer. Formatting is one click reachable but I can understand your point of view. And you are the guy who is coding :-) It’s to me to make a choice…
If you want direct translation auf markdown into view, you may try TEXTS. But you will see, that this leads to several challenges, i.e. editing with bold or italics or changing to headline works not as required. I tested several markdown editor and I am very, very glad, that I found "Markdown-Edit" accidentally. It is extremly close to the editor, I am looking for since years. A very big THANK YOU to Mike — Donation will follow ;)
Thanks for the suggestion but it lacks the great snippet feature. And I decided to get rid of preview :-)
In WriteMonkey, rendering is done in a separate window so there is no interference with work (especially in a second monitor).