Adding Markdown cells in Jupyter Notebook & Decorating the font

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I am using IntelliJ IDEA Unlimate + JBR11, in Jupyter Notebook, how can add markdown cells? And how can I apply some decorations on it? Like list, bold, italic, ...etc?

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Have you tried this one?

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How about decorating the typing?

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Could you please specify what you mean by 'decorating'?

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Like making a list, bold, italic font, changing font size ...etc

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I am sorry, you probably face this problem https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RUBY-23406 related to JDK 11

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Exactly, I cannot see any of these: Bold, Italic, List, Underlined, ...etc.

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How do i configure the plus sign in the gutter?  I don't have that icon displayed.

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@David 

It should be there by default, there is no configuration for that.

Have you opened a Jupyter Notebook file or just a Python script?

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yep, i see it now.  I guess you can only add a new cell using this methodology to the very end of the notebook.  Ideally, there would be a + icon to "insert cell above" or "insert cell below" the same way as the Jupyter notebook running native in a browser window.

 

the easiest way to accomplish this looks to be type

#%% md

in the code window where you want the markdown cell.

 

 

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You can click on button and choose the needed option:

Have you tried it yet?

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