something that I miss in the current implementation is colorizing of fonts and font background. i understand that it is beyond the original idea but I find it very useful in other editors. however those other editors are usually overkill and I definitely do not want to do this in html directly.
my usual use case is for documenting test results. for example, I may have some text where i describe the test and include some colored identifiers.
then I will typically have an sql query that uses those identifiers and some output with some identifiers.
colorizing makes test inspections easier. i really like the light weight nature of markdown.
i am wondering if I am missing something. thanks