Solved [indent] Tags

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  1. chefTENGU

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    I noticed while working on the next (massive) update to the AD&D1 rules that
    has a dirty little secret: it doesn't automatically send text to the next line. Rather, it just chops off the offending section of the word that doesn't fit, and begins the NEXT word on the new line.

    Is there a way around this, or am I just going to have to give up on using the tag in the manner I was hoping to do?

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    Or perhaps my browser is to blame? I've noticed that when I've tried posting from different machines, I get slightly different results from
     
  2. Bloodcinder

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    I just made a modification to the code. You can check and see if it works correctly or breaks anything else now. Then let me know.
     
  3. chefTENGU

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    That seems to have done it. Thank you very much.
     
  4. Bloodcinder

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    You're welcome. Keep an eye out for anything it broke, however.
     
  5. chefTENGU

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    Right. I'll let you know if I find anything.
     
  6. chefTENGU

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    I'm not sure if this is a side effect or what have you, but I was trying to add a blank line between each of my
    • entries in the most recent post of LAS PAUTAS PAVOROSAS.

      Is this just part of the nature of the tag, or am I doing something wrong?
     
  7. Bloodcinder

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    Part of the nature of the tag. You can't add a blank line in between them because the list tag is setup to be that way in HTML.
     
  8. chefTENGU

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    Damn. I'll come up with a plan B then because the post looks slightly hideous as is.
     
  9. Bloodcinder

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    If you can point me to an example, I can modify the style of the list tag (MAYBE).
     
  10. chefTENGU

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    Don't worry about it. I just switched to regular
    and added the numbering myself.​