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Paul BrookesDec 2, 2021

Very good. Works well.

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Sturt IsonNov 10, 2020

This extension led to me changing the way I write and share knowledge. Readable & searchable plain text asciidoc (.adoc) files viewed direct with this extension become beautiful HTML documents with diagrams, tables of contents, and more. Using the one sentence per line style of writing makes authoring comprehensible guides so much easier and faster.

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Holger HoffmannJul 22, 2020

Great extension. I use it when I write my documentation in vim and want to see the rendered result when I save. I love software that just works. Thanks!

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Michael HungerApr 8, 2020

Amazingly useful extension with a ton of great config features. Wouldn't live and work without it. Thank you Guillaume!!

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Ahmed MahfuzSep 29, 2019

Maybe ....just maybe it worked years ago. but not now. Its gone.

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Guillaume GrossetieDeveloperFeb 14, 2020

Hello, I regularly publish new version to fix issues. Could you please give it a try with the latest version and hopefully reconsider your review :) Thanks, Guillaume

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IvanJan 6, 2019

Is this a full implementation of AsciiDoctor specification? Source code syntax highlighting and reference from outer source file with the "include::shared-content.adoc[]" syntax don't work for me.

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Guillaume GrossetieDeveloperMar 4, 2019

My bad, it's actually working but you need to configure safe-mode to safe: chrome://extensions/?options=iaalpfgpbocpdfblpnhhgllgbdbchmia Can you please confirm that it's working ?

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Daniel RivasMar 5, 2018


2 out of 3 found this helpful
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Free logoAug 22, 2017

Configure HTML/JavaScript

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CarlApr 28, 2017

Works out of the box with no issues . Thanks for this

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Jonathan ZacshDec 11, 2016

Works beautifully - just what you'd expect to be able to easily view the pretty-version of your local asciidoc files, in your browser

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