What’s New in SnippetsLab 2.1¶
Jun 21, 2022
Markdown Diagrams. Add Mermaid diagrams to Markdown snippets. All diagram types are supported, including flowchart, pie chart, sequence diagram, state diagram, class diagram, and others.
Automatic Language Detection. Automatically detect and set language when pasting code into SnippetsLab, supporting over 50 most popular languages.
New and Improved Syntax Highlighting. Syntax highlighting for over 50 new languages, with additional improvements made to more than 100 existing languages.
Added the ability to pin individual snippets to the top.
Improved scroll synchronization for Markdown preview.
Substantially improved syntax highlighting performance.
Code blocks can now properly be nested under other block-level elements in Markdown preview.
Newlines in Markdown are now rendered as line breaks, similar to GitHub-flavored Markdown.
Added new import formats including JSON and Quiver library, notebook, and notes.
JSON and XML export now contains all library data (including UUID and folder hierarchy).
Added an option to hide snippets in subfolders from the list view (access from Context Menu > Display Options).
Column count now accounts for emojis correctly.
Proper PHP highlight in Markdown no longer requires the opening tag (
Fixed a performance issue when rendering preview for large markdown snippets.
Fixed inconsistent vertical spacing in Markdown preview (reloading themes required).
Fixed an issue where refetching gists may not yield the latest results due to request caching.
Fixed an issue where current-line highlight may draw incorrectly when discontiguous ranges are selected.
Fixed an issue where the editor may become distorted if the window layout changes while being scrolled.
Other miscellaneous bug fixes.
We hope you enjoy the update. If SnippetsLab has been helpful, please consider leaving a review on the Mac App Store to share your experience with others. Thank you!