(I already found an answer but not on this forum, so sharing this for others to find)
I use the fish shell instead of bash/zsh and I often want to write code snippets for it. But the syntax highlighter in Obsidian (Prism) does not support fish shell syntax.
But then I discovered I can just use
shell as the language name for the code block, which gives me good enough results. I can imagine this will stop working when you write more complicated fish code, but good enough for now.
(I can’t show this as text because this forum also uses Markdown with code blocks.)
Hehe, you can you just keep on adding more backticks (or tilde’s):
# Does something useful
To show this block, I’ve got 5 on the outer layer, to be able to show the 4 and 3 you would need to write.
The only downside is that syntax coloring goes down the drain pretty fast