Bear like highlight (mark) syntax ::this is a highlight::

Bear which its markdown based, displays a nice highlight with this syntax
::this is a highlight::
Does this not exist with drafts? I tried previews in both normal and GitHub.
I did some reading. I think that highlights are called Marks but I am not sure.
Thank you

Bear uses Polar Bear markup, based on Commonmark (syntax overview). I think it probably equates to the Commonmark Mark extension.

The marker syntax is not part of any of the syntax options currently available in Drafts.

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Thanks very much. I will save info for the future

One could even consider bear itself as a drafts preview action

I have been thinking about your post and would use code instead and by that I mean the code defined by backticks but I can’t find it in the CSS file. How would I find it in the CSS file. I want to change the font family and size and background color
Thanks very much

If you start with the following in Drafts:


```
Foo
```

Then convert that to HTML using any of the actions that you might have to do this. Then examine the resulting HTML, you’ll probably see something a lot like this:

<pre><code>Foo</code></pre>

So simply look for the CSS that might be affecting code tags, and possible pre tags as well.

The answers are at your fingertips for this one :wink:

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Thank you very much!