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Try Command+] This works for me.
It has been mentioned, but only in passing: Atom (https://atom.io/) is open source and developed by GitHub. Integration with github is superb and it is particularly interesting these days since there is a lot of development with new features and new ideas regularly. I think it will cover your whole list of requirements through extensions (packages - ...
These are some of my favorites from a front end designer's standpoint: Coda Espresso Sublime Text TextMate Atom (my personal choice currently)
I'd second the recommendations for Sublime Text and the JetBrains products (I use WebStorm extensively in my job). If you want something free, atom is well worth a look. It's fairly bare-bones, but has a wide selection of plugins that should encompass what you need.
Put this in your ~/.tm_properties: tabSize = 4 softTabs = true
Not with paragraph styles, no. You can do this with a single cell table which can be inlined and have a left border style different to the others.
It's on old question with many answers, but Github now also has their own texteditor which supports Github flavoured markdown (and any other markdown you wish, by means of plugins/settings)! Atom is highly customisable and by default lightweight, so for markdown I think it's absolutely awesome! https://atom.io
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