You can do it after installing, it will replace all the data.
Just saw this markdown editor while browsing stack overflow.
It catched my eye how similar it its to the nodebb default composer.
Would a web versión of this fit the nodebb needs?
I think it would be great to be able to not worry about this aspect on nodebb and simply attatch markdown as a dependecy like this.
Looks like a standalone app as opposed to a web library, unless I misread.
In any case, we don't typically offer compatibility with X markdown editor or whatnot for a variety of reasons:
- Markdown can be disabled in favour of other parsing languages (like BBCode, etc)
- There needs to be support for post-related functions offered by the existing composer, such as topic images, file uploads, tags support, etc.
The short of it is, it takes quite a bit of work to ensure compatibility and full functionality, which is why at current we only support default and redactor.