haganfox at users.sourceforge.net
Sat Mar 11 23:36:35 CST 2006
On 3/11/06, Neil Herber <nospam at eton.ca> wrote:
> I have extensively edited http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/LimitWikiGroups
> Comments are welcome.
> I ran in to an odd formatting "bug" which I suspect is tied into the
> new "recipeinfo" prefix handling.
> I had a line where I put:
> Advantages: This is the best "set and forget" method.
> ... and the quotes on the line were rendered with escape characters, as in:
> Advantages: This is the best \"set and forget\" method.
> I got around it by using a hyphen instead of a colon, but that looks
> lame. I would expect most authors using such a construct would be
> surprised by the extra characters that result. Is there a way around this?
I switched your hyphens to :[==] . That is, what was
It seems to work. The [==] null character often comes in handy.
Oh, and nice work on the page. Quite an improvement.
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