Marknote 1.1.0

Marknote 1.1.0 is out! Marknote is the new WYSIWYG note-taking application from KDE. Despite the latest release being just a few days ago, we have been hard at work and added a few new features and, more importantly, fixed some bugs.

Marknote now boasts broader Markdown support, and can now display images and task lists in the editor. And once you are done editing your notes, you can export them to various formats, including PDF, HTML and ODT.

Export to PDF, HTML and ODT
Export to PDF, HTML and ODT

Marknote’s interface now seamlessly integrates the colors assigned to your notebooks, enhancing its visual coherence and making it easier to distinguish one notebook from another. Additionally, your notebooks remember the last opened note, automatically reopening it upon selection.

Accent color in list delegate
Accent color in list delegate

We’ve also introduced a convenient command bar similar to the one in Merkuro. This provides quick access to essential actions within Marknote. Currently it only creates a new notebook and note, but we plan to make more actions available in the future. Finally we have reworked all the dialogs in Markdown to use the newly introduced FormCardDialog from KirigamiAddons.

Command bar
Command bar

We have created a small feature roadmap with features we would like to add in the future. Contributions are welcome!

Packager section

You can find the package on and it has been signed with my GPG key.

Note that this release introduce a new recommanded dependencies: md4c and require the latest Kirigami Addons release (published a few hours ago).


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