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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby mightor » 16 Dec 2010, 07:38

This is a spoiler (click on the "show" button):
or is it?


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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby muntoo » 16 Dec 2010, 08:01

mightor wrote:This is a spoiler (click on the "show" button):
or is it?


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It is...
not. :)

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Another wish:
Inside spoilers inside signatures, can we do "anything"? (i.e. use more than 255 chars, or post images with size less than 800x400?)
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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby mightor » 16 Dec 2010, 08:57

If I find people misusing these tags, I'll simply remove them.

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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby gloomyandy » 16 Dec 2010, 09:22

Hmmm why do I feel a strong temptation to select "no" for the display signatures setting in the user control panel... ;)
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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby mattallen37 » 16 Dec 2010, 15:32

I2C

I'll have to admit, it does look kinda cool, but to have to have all of
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I[sup][size=60]2[/size][/sup]C
is quite a lot, compared to three normal symbols. Thanks for the ability.
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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby nxtreme » 16 Dec 2010, 16:45

mightor wrote:Test 1 2 3

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Oooh! Shiny! Ask and it will be given, eh? Well, thanks Xander, that was the one thing I was missing from NXTasy.
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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby mightor » 17 Dec 2010, 05:33

mattallen37 wrote:I'll have to admit, it does look kinda cool, but to have to have all of <snip> is quite a lot, compared to three normal symbols. Thanks for the ability.

Well, you could just write IIC or I2C like most people :) Its use is not mandatory. Maybe I can make a BBCode [ i2c] that does all of that :)

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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby muntoo » 19 Dec 2010, 02:14

mightor wrote:
mattallen37 wrote:I'll have to admit, it does look kinda cool, but to have to have all of <snip> is quite a lot, compared to three normal symbols. Thanks for the ability.

Well, you could just write IIC or I2C like most people :) Its use is not mandatory. Maybe I can make a BBCode [ i2c] that does all of that :)

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Something like this, if you're really going to waste your time doing it ;):
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[abbr]I2C[/abbr]

Or, maybe since writing [abbr ][/abbr ] takes too long, use [a ] and [/a ]

In any case, it's sort of pointless.
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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby doc-helmut » 19 Dec 2010, 10:32

a bbcode just for writing I²C is a little overshooting the target to my opinion.
even i2c will be understandable by everyone.

but sub and sup is already quite fine for small math formulas, and LaTeX would be even finer for more complex ones.
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Re: BBCode Wishlist

Postby doc-helmut » 05 Feb 2011, 23:42

in some phpbb3 forums I saw a code tag like
[ code=c]
// o.c. w/o empty spaces after the brackets
[ /code]

with syntax highlighting like in a C Editor. Looks fine! :)
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