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Markdown Table Editor

Install with:
    apm install markdown-table-editor
  

markdown-table-editor

Markdown table editor/formatter

screenshot

Features

Commands

| Name | Description | Keybinding | | ————- | ———————– | ———– | | Next Cell | Move to next cell | tab | | Previous Cell | Move to previous cell | shift-tab | | Next Row | Move to next row | enter | | Escape | Escape from table | escape | | Format | Just format table | | | Align Left | Left-align column | | | Align Right | Right-align column | | | Align Center | Center-align column | | | Align Default | Remove column alignment | | | Select Cell | Select cell content | | | Move Left | Move to left cell | | | Move Right | Move to right cell | | | Move Up | Move to upper cell | | | Move Down | Move to lower cell | | | Insert Row | Insert an empty row | | | Delete Row | Delete current row | | | Insert Column | Insert an empty column | | | Delete Column | Delete current column | |

NOTE: To input newline, press shift-enter (or some equivalent) instead.

You can select commands from the command palette (shift-cmd-p), but it will be more convenient if you add your own keybindings to keymap.cson. For example, these are the ones which I use:

coffee 'atom-text-editor:not(.mini):not(.autocomplete-active).markdown-table-editor-active': 'shift-cmd-left' : 'markdown-table-editor:align-left' 'shift-cmd-right': 'markdown-table-editor:align-right' 'shift-cmd-up' : 'markdown-table-editor:align-center' 'shift-cmd-down' : 'markdown-table-editor:align-default' 'cmd-left' : 'markdown-table-editor:move-left' 'cmd-right' : 'markdown-table-editor:move-right' 'cmd-up' : 'markdown-table-editor:move-up' 'cmd-down' : 'markdown-table-editor:move-down' 'cmd-k cmd-i' : 'markdown-table-editor:insert-row' 'cmd-k alt-cmd-i': 'markdown-table-editor:delete-row' 'cmd-k cmd-j' : 'markdown-table-editor:insert-column' 'cmd-k alt-cmd-j': 'markdown-table-editor:delete-column'

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