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We have developed a brand spanking new set of forums for you all. In the coming weeks we''ll continue to develop new features. You can attach your signature if you'd like. --- Michael Tanczos Edited by - Michael Tanczos on 12/31/99 8:36:15 PM

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Is there going to be html and (this other [tagname]..[/tagname] code thing) support?

thanks


Markus 'RaVeN' Hastreiter
www.ravenaudio.de

Edited by - RaVeN on 1/1/00 12:05:59 PM

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Yes. I''ll talk to Dave and see what he thinks of HTML support, I don''t think that would be a problem.

The tags that are valid right now are
(switch the % symbol with [ and ] to make
them work) :

%b% %/b%
Bold Text

%i% %/i%
Italic Text

%quote% %/quote%
quote:
For quoting something


%a% %/a%
Link <- links

%code% %/code%

For preformatted text :
printf ("Hello World");
for (int i = 0; i < 300; i++)
{
do_this ()
}



Any suggestions for more to add?

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Michael Tanczos



Edited by - Michael Tanczos on 1/1/00 5:01:39 PM

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i noticed you can also do this

(a href="http:://www.myurl.com/")click me(/a)

where you''d replace the () chars with <>
and it''ll shove in a proper hyperlink which you may click...

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