Differentiating 'regular' code style from code 'fences' when clipping/pasting from markdown webpages

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cadudesun
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Differentiating 'regular' code style from code 'fences' when clipping/pasting from markdown webpages

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Hi. This suggestion is about differentiating 'regular' code style from code 'fences' when clipping/pasting from markdown webpages (Github, Stackoverflow, etc.)

As shown in the image below, instead of having just the 'regular' code style, a code 'fence' entry could exist in MyInfo built-in styles.

The code 'fence' could be based on the 'regular' code style, but being of the type "paragraph", and having a "highlight color".

Having this differentiation would make clipped/pasted "code" content much more meaningful, as can be seen for a Stackoverflow webpage parsed into MyInfo through the webclipper.

The webpage used to illustrate the concept is this one:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/299 ... n-language

Thank you,
Carlos

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