Up to now I worked happily with .ipynb files, and I start to feel confortable with the Jupyter interface.
So I thought about working with other kind of files inside this interface.
As an example, I have a lab book.txt file that I use as a diary of the work I daily perform.
There is a way to edit it into the Jupyter interface as a markdown?
To explain me better: if I create a new .txt file, and under Language I select Markdown, the interface simply highlights the header’s color and not much more.
If instead in a .ipynb file I select a cell as markdown, the visualization capability is much more enhanced, up to the possibility to evaluate LaTeX code…
I know I could just work with a lab book.ipynb file and set all the cells to Markdown, but I dislike the fact that I could work with it just inside Jupyter, due to the large amount of additional stuff the .ipynb include in the file - opening it inside a common text editor would be awkward…