Oh, you have to configure some more things and install LiveReload for refreshing on save.
Well actually the best would be a kind of Jupyter-style Bret Victor-inspired Tangle.JS reactive document with rich editing like Dropbox Paper or Luma but drill-down-to-code easily available, plus Semantic Web enhancements, but that's not ironed out quite yet now.
It just doesn't work in OmniMarkupPreviewer...
✓ it has Emoji support out of the , yay!
So thank you, all things considered MarkdownPreview is a great solution!
Kinks left so far:
Not live, on-keystroke, but on-save.
Apparently you need to Enable LiveReload plugin every time you start Sublime Config below
Save one file and all the previews will refresh in the browser
Because it's previewed from
file:/// you often can't blend in embeds / badges / scripts
tel: links are interpreted wrong as
Previews selection if there is one. I gave this a chance as a feature, but can't get used to it so it's a bug.
Not all emojis are rendered from
Emoji not cached or on a sprite sheet. Individually loaded from GitHub CDN every time.
Auto-enable LiveReload plugin
Open menu Preferences > Package Settings > LiveReload > Settings - User and paste:
Info via From Atom to Sublime Text
Use a different port so you keep the default
35729 free of conflicts, in case you need to use it for something else.