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brenthargrave / README.md
Created Apr 2, 2018 — forked from JamesMessinger/README.md
VSCode GitHub Markdown Theme
View README.md

GitHub Markdown Theme for Visual Studio Code

This CSS stylesheet allows you to preview markdown files in VSCode using GitHub's mardown theme. This CSS was taken directly from the official GitHub Markdown repo. I replaced their top-level .markdown-body class with the body tag so it would work in VSCode, and added styling for the html tag to match GitHub's fixed-width container.

Instructions

  1. Copy the CSS file to your computer
    Copy the github-markdown.css file below to your computer. You can put it anywhere you want, but I chose to put it in the same folder as my VSCode settings file.

  2. Edit your VSCode settings
    If you want to use this theme for all of your projects, then edit your User Settings file. If you just want to use this them

View gist:2f30ae815f1db5a6ac3f18f1c9f88527
Verifying my Blockstack ID is secured with the address 1P7LvKzzXX4cyoDCqX2HWWMTCZvGzqDnrA https://explorer.blockstack.org/address/1P7LvKzzXX4cyoDCqX2HWWMTCZvGzqDnrA
View gist:68f0037c8ba6540ed0b8c8ecc2493b11
### Keybase proof
I hereby claim:
* I am brenthargrave on github.
* I am brenthargrave (https://keybase.io/brenthargrave) on keybase.
* I have a public key ASA0zX2vSAWOqUP3OwnKPAzBw5Uw_yApwr7LCbgVg7DaEwo
To claim this, I am signing this object:
View NSManagedObjectWithTimestamps.h
//
// NSManagedObjectWithTimestamps.h
// Brainbow Apps, 2011
//
#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
#import <CoreData/CoreData.h>
@interface NSManagedObjectWithTimestamps : NSManagedObject
View welcome.md

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