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    Edit, add, rename or delete files. Markdown preview, code folding. Resolve merge conflicts. Quickly iterate on pull requests

    Edit, add, rename or delete files. Markdown preview, code folding. Resolve merge conflicts. Quickly iterate on pull requests

    Add/Edit/Rename/Delete files directly in Bitbucket

    Support for Git Hooks

    Preview changes, resolve merge conflicts in the UI

    All file update actions supported directly within the UI. Quickly iterate on pull requests right from the browser. Easily address issues without having to revise files locally.

    Unlike the built-in editor, Power Editor for Bitbucket always respects workflow constraints enforced by your existing hooks.

    Click the preview button and see how your markdown changes will look before you commit, or use "View diff" to see the exact changeset. Visually inspect and resolve any conflicts before merging.

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    Need to make a quick edit to a README but don't want to go through the local workflow? Then Power Editor for Bitbucket is for you! Add, edit, delete, or rename files from inside Bitbucket. Resolve merge conflicts. Quickly iterate on pull requests right from the browser with our pull request editor shortcuts. With support for markdown preview, code folding, and git hooks, you won't even want to open your editor.

    Feature Overview

    • Add/rename/edit/delete files from the browser.
    • Resolve merge conflicts in browser.
    • Preview markdown before committing.
    • View diff's before committing.
    • Pick between tabs or spaces for tab key.
    • Support for git hooks.
    • Edit button in pull request diff tab to help quickly fix typos.
    • Edit button on README page to quickly edit README.


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    by Jason Pursian on 2017-01-24
    Works well, very useful plugin. A lifesaver for those times you need to make a quick edit.
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    by ThreatMetrix on 2017-01-18
    Useful product, and the the one time it did not work correctly, the support experience was fantastic.
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    by Ivan Vekov on 2016-10-21
    I guess this add-on is kinda "must-have" one. Really helpful sometimes and works properly
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    by Madhusudhan Matrubai on 2016-06-29
    Awesome plugin, we really like it and does what it says. Pretty neat.
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    by Maksim Koryukov on 2016-06-21
    Hello! There is a mention of "Full support for github-flavored markdown". It is not true. I've just tested github emoticons in the provided sandbox (http://demo.mohamicorp.com/plugins/servlet/edit/projects/EX/repos/commit-graph/README.md?at=HEAD). And, for example :warning: doesn't work. However, Bitbucket's wiki works with :warning: normally
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    Hey Max,

    I'm not sure what you're referring to when you mention Bitbucket's wiki, but the markdown preview engine only supports anything that Bitbucket can render (:warning: not being one of them). For example strike-through and tables are a feature of GitHub flavored markdown, and Bitbucket's Readme engine can display them, so they're supported. I've edited the plugin description to say partial support to more accurately reflect the capabilities of the plugin. If you'd like to talk more about this, feel free to open an issue on our issue tracker.

    -The Mohamicorp Team


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    Version 2.6 Bitbucket Server 4.0.0 - 4.14.0 Released 2017-02-16


    Support for resolving merge conflicts, some bugfixes, and rebranding


    Over the past year we've added convenient edit buttons placed all around the UI, the ability to add, rename and delete files and now the ability to handle merge conflicts.

    As Editor for Bitbucket has grown to be much more then a simple editor, we've decided to rebrand the plugin as Power Editor for Bitbucket!


    • Added support for resolving merge conflicts in the browser. Just click our resolve conflicts button. #45
    • The diff button now highlights trailing whitespace and extra whitespace characters. #50


    • Fixed a bug where renaming a file would not load the path for the file as a default value in the rename dialog box. #51
    • Fixed a bug where large git hook messages would not be displayed properly after an attempted rename or delete operation. #52
    • Fixed a bug where navigating to the edit page directly when not logged in would cause a 500 error.
    • Fixed a bug where different dependencies were required between Bitbucket version 4.12.0+ and versions below it.


    1. Log into your Bitbucket instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Power Editor for Bitbucket via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Power Editor for Bitbucket. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Power Editor for Bitbucket begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Bitbucket instance.

    To find older Power Editor for Bitbucket versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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