Suggestion: Another way to Paste: Simplified Markdown
I know that Zettlr tries to html-fy the paste, often resulting in quite an intense array of tags.
But even for simple things like a single link that are parsed easily and properly, the meta tag is still included and needs to be manually deleted.
The result for me is that I never ever ever use the paste, and always do a plain text paste instead.
I wonder if there is a middle ground - preferences could be set in the Settings - to get only what can be parsed into canonical Markdown, but nothing more.
Setting > Allow the use of the following tags when pasting
(These are toggle switches)
<meta>(Gets rid of the charset tag)
<span>(Gets rid of the attempted CSS parsing)
For example, if I copy the link to https://www.zettlr.com (Imagine a wordpress site with inlined CSS :-), on paste I get:
- [current plaintext]
- [current normal paste]
<meta charset="utf-8"> <span style="color: green; font-family: .... etc></span> [https://www.zettlr.com](<https://www.zettlr.com/>)
- [proposed customizable]