History Administrivia / TextFormattingRules

8th Jul '17 1:47:01 AM BURGINABC
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Anything placed between [=[= and =]=] is not interpreted. This makes it possible to easily do [=WikiWords=] that are not links and turn off other special formatting interpretation. For example, escaping the slash in "AntiHero[=/=]AntiVillain" avoids having [=AntiHero/=] misinterpreted as a namespace for the latter trope.

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Anything placed between [=[= and =]=] is not interpreted. This makes it possible to easily do [=WikiWords=] that are not links have [=CamelCase=] without it being interpreted as WikiWords syntax for making a link, and turn off other special formatting interpretation. For another example, escaping the slash in "AntiHero[=/=]AntiVillain" avoids having [=AntiHero/=] misinterpreted as a namespace for the latter trope.
4th Jun '17 1:54:45 PM nombretomado
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Please only embed images hosted on TVTropes. Hotlinks to other sites will be blocked.

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Please only embed images hosted on TVTropes.Wiki/TVTropes. Hotlinks to other sites will be blocked.
29th May '17 1:49:57 PM karstovich2
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In order for this to work, it ''must'' be the last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation. If for whatever reason you want the page to display with an indent, but have the source be a sincle line, you can use [softreturn], like this. [softreturn] Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.

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In order for this to work, it the second slash ''must'' be the last character of any kind on the line: line. This includes a blank space: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation. If for whatever reason you want the page to display with an indent, a new line, but have the source be a sincle single line, you can use [softreturn], like this. [softreturn] Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.



like in this example. Like the double backslash, in order for this to work, it ''must'' be the last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation.

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like in this example. Like the double backslash, in order for this to work, it the third slash ''must'' be the last character of any kind on the line: line. This includes a blank space: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation.
29th May '17 1:46:11 PM karstovich2
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In order for this to work, it ''must'' be the last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation. If for whatever reason you want the page to display with an indent, but have the source be a sincle line, you can use [softreturn], like [softreturn] this. Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.

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In order for this to work, it ''must'' be the last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation. If for whatever reason you want the page to display with an indent, but have the source be a sincle line, you can use [softreturn], like this. [softreturn] this. Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.
29th May '17 1:44:50 PM karstovich2
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* Use \\ (two backslashes) at the end of a line to force a line break while keeping the same level of indentation. In order for this to work, it ''must'' be the last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation.\\

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* Use \\ (two backslashes) at the end of a line to force a line break while keeping the same level of indentation. In order for this to work, it ''must'' be the last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation.\\



You can use [softreturn] in the middle of a line for the same effect, like [softreturn] this. Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.

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You can use [softreturn] in In order for this to work, it ''must'' be the middle of last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line for will not have the same effect, level of indentation. If for whatever reason you want the page to display with an indent, but have the source be a sincle line, you can use [softreturn], like [softreturn] this. Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.
29th May '17 1:42:39 PM karstovich2
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You can use [softreturn] in the middle of a line for the same effect. Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.

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You can use [softreturn] in the middle of a line for the same effect.effect, like [softreturn] this. Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.
29th May '17 1:40:25 PM karstovich2
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* Use \\ (two backslashes) at the end of a line to force a line break while keeping the same level of indentation, or [softreturn] in the middle of a line for the same effect.\\

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* Use \\ (two backslashes) at the end of a line to force a line break while keeping the same level of indentation, or [softreturn] in indentation. In order for this to work, it ''must'' be the middle of last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line for will not have the same effect.level of indentation.\\



Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.

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You can use [softreturn] in the middle of a line for the same effect. Note: softreturn cannot be escaped. It generates a line break anyway. It can be commented out, though. In the unlikely event that you should need to write "[ softreturn ]" (without the spaces) somewhere, write "[=[softreturn]=]", which renders as "[softreturn]", instead.



like in this example.

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like in this example. Like the double backslash, in order for this to work, it ''must'' be the last character on the line: if a space follows the backslashes, then the next line will not have the same level of indentation.
24th Apr '17 4:39:40 PM Unknownlight
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@@[=->term=]@@
@@[=%%NO COMMENTO=]@@
@@[=-->definition of term=]@@
@@[=%%NO COMMENTO=]@@
@@[=-->second-level item=]@@
@@[=%%NO COMMENTO=]@@
@@[=--->definition of 2nd-level item=]@@
@@[=%%No comment?=]@@

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@@[=->term=]@@
@@[=%%NO COMMENTO=]@@
@@[=-->definition
@@[=->term=]\\
[=%%NO COMMENTO=]\\
[=-->definition
of term=]@@
@@[=%%NO COMMENTO=]@@
@@[=-->second-level item=]@@
@@[=%%NO COMMENTO=]@@
@@[=--->definition
term=]\\
[=%%NO COMMENTO=]\\
[=-->second-level item=]\\
[=%%NO COMMENTO=]\\
[=--->definition
of 2nd-level item=]@@
@@[=%%No
item=]\\
[=%%No
comment?=]@@



@@[=->''"Not everyone can win."''=]@@
@@[=-->-- '''Alice''', ''Wiki/TVTropes''=]@@

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@@[=->''"Not everyone can win."''=]@@
@@[=-->--
"''=]\\
[=-->--
'''Alice''', ''Wiki/TVTropes''=]@@



@@[=->'''Alice:''' Not everyone can win.\\=]@@
@@[='''Bob:''' Not all the time.=]@@
@@[=-->-- ''Wiki/TVTropes''=]@@

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@@[=->'''Alice:''' Not everyone can win.\\=]@@
@@[='''Bob:'''
\\=]\\
[='''Bob:'''
Not all the time.=]@@
@@[=-->--
=]\\
[=-->--
''Wiki/TVTropes''=]@@



@@[=* In ''Wiki/TVTropes'', Alice drops a foreboding line at one point.=]@@
@@[=-->'''Alice:''' Not everyone can win.=]@@

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@@[=* In ''Wiki/TVTropes'', Alice drops a foreboding line at one point.=]\\
[=-->'''Alice:''' Not everyone can win.
=]@@
@@[=-->'''Alice:''' Not everyone can win.=]@@



@@[=* First point.=]@@
@@[=--> "Obligatory quote."=]@@
@@[=:: : I, too, am indented.=]@@

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@@[=* First point.=]\\
[=--> "Obligatory quote."=]\\
[=:: : I, too, am indented.
=]@@
@@[=--> "Obligatory quote."=]@@
@@[=:: : I, too, am indented.=]@@


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3rd Apr '17 4:05:23 PM Unknownlight
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If you want a trope title to redirect to another trope with content (e.g. make {{Buffy}} point to Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer), in {{Buffy}} enter the following (but see Administrivia/CreatingNewRedirects first for guidelines!):

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If you want a trope title to redirect to another trope with content (e.g. make {{Buffy}} {{Mario}} point to Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer), Franchise/SuperMarioBros), in {{Buffy}} {{Mario}} enter the following (but see Administrivia/CreatingNewRedirects first for guidelines!):



[=[[=]redirect:[=Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer]]=]

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[=[[=]redirect:[=Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer]]=]
[=[[=]redirect:[=Franchise/SuperMarioBros]]=]
24th Feb '17 5:53:15 PM RaygunJustice
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