I have reviewed the MyWord.style and have made some modifications. The CSS now scales large images and properly centers them. There were a couple of things I needed to change. This is an example HTML file <https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12643381/Test%20of%20Full%20Size.html>. It accesses a large image file that is rescaled as you change the width of the window. It also describes the changes I had to make to the CSS in the style file.
Fletcher on 20 Feb, 2015 12:59 PM
Thanks for the description.
And yes, a long/large/complex preview will require more
resources, even without this theme. Composer v3 works in a slightly
different way to try and further minimize the impact of complex
previews on the editing pane's responsiveness. But at some point,
you need a faster computer if you want it to do more work in less
In the case of documents like this, my recommendation is to set
the preview to only refresh when the document is saved. This will
improve the responsiveness while typing between saves.
The other thing that helps HTML in general is to use
width and height attributes for images.
This allows the page to be properly laid out, even before the image
is loaded. I realize that this is not compatible with the concept
of wanting your image to adjust width to fit the available
This is a perfect example of why "one size does not fit all."
The "proper" theme for a given document can depend on many factors,
which is why Composer gives you the tools you need to adjust it's
behavior as needed. ;)
Fletcher on 24 Feb, 2015 12:41 PM
1) MultiMarkdown Composer is designed to handle, strange as it
may seem, MultiMarkdown (and "regular" Markdown).
The MediaWiki syntax is not Markdown.
2) These style sheets (now themes) are designed for modifying
the appearance of the MultiMarkdown Composer editor. They don't
change the underlying behavior of the application, just the
Pandoc seems to have some MediaWiki support. It may be possible
to interconvert between Markdown (with some extensions) and
MediaWiki syntax. Though it's not quite clear to me why that would
be particularly useful.