eBookBinder 1.5.3 released

eBookBinder 1.5.3 is now available on the Mac App Store. This update introduces a new preference option, which now enables users of markup-formatted documents (Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Textile, Wikitext, BBCode and Smark) to integrate images into the documents and ultimately in the final eBook.

The new default setting is called Folders and allows to grant eBookBinder access to certain folders, so that eBookBinder can copy images linked in the documents and then transfer them to the respective eBook. When linking images in documents, it should be noted that the images are in the same directory as the document, or that the images are in a subdirectory of the directory in which the document is located.

Examples that work (Markdown)


Examples that do not work


The complete list of changes



Important Links:

Purchase eBookBinder at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of eBookBinder

eBookBinder Overview

eBookBinder Release Notes

Until next time!