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proposal for Forum - readability


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zyko

Community Member, 66 Posts

14 May 2008 at 9:01pm

Edited: 14/05/2008 9:02pm

things got right now, documentation-comments are SUUUPER :-)

but once again i'll remind to the topic of this thread.
why is 'showing' bb-codes in this forum not 'ok'?

fe. i have some pieces of code i want to share with others in this forum.
these 'pieces of code' are too less to be worth of making a 'module' out of them.
or i have a question about some piece of code.
or i'll show others an error-message i get on my server.
all these things are abolutely standard use-case szenarios for this forum i think.

'not showing bb-code' will not prevent the fact, that people are doing these things.

documenting these things means to write something like:
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first you do a hack on xxx.ss
and replace these lines

(BlaBlaBla)

with that lines...
(BlaNewBlaNewBlaNew)

then you edit your _config.php and write these lines...

theselinesarenewfor_config.php

this is not readable, if things get all formatted the same.

so, 'please please please' someone give use more forum-readability

*ggg*

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Sam

Administrator, 690 Posts

15 May 2008 at 3:02pm

Code styling has been fixed, as you can see above.

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zyko

Community Member, 66 Posts

15 May 2008 at 7:40pm

Sam,

i'm not gay,

but if i would be, i would say

I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE YOU :-))))))

THX THX THX THX THX

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