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    Ahh, oops! I only knew of the pound sign (#)...

    Ahh, oops! I only knew of the pound sign (#) method for headers before. Thank you very much!
    I added an extra break and the "-----" is back to the line it was meant to be with the header formatting...
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    Description Text Adding Header Formatting

    I have some text in the description of a character page that is being formatted as a header (#) without the formatting existing:
    http://i.imgur.com/KdD6tAa.png
    http://i.imgur.com/jQsDOjS.png
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  3. Using Italics in journals causes text to "disappear"

    I recently posted a journal and realized that when you view the journal as a standalone page any text surrounded in Italics tags (<i> </i>) seems to disappear.
    This doesn't happen when the journal...
  4. Thread: Tea!!!!!!!!

    by Splash
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    Chamomile with local honey, don't even care, this...

    Chamomile with local honey, don't even care, this is the best kind of night.
  5. Thread: Second Life?

    by Splash
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    I used to be on there a ton, but not so much...

    I used to be on there a ton, but not so much anymore. Second Life was a great excuse to learn 3D modeling, play around with scripting, and go on some fun adventures, but since I'm not interested at...
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    Ah, I didn't see that at all, either! Thanks!

    No, you CAN do this for individual users. The method I described was for changing individual user messages, not everybody as a whole. An example:

    http://gyazo.com/bfd5285209115c7cb9516a13bcf17272...
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    I have to admit, being able to pick and choose...

    Well on Deviant Art you could willingly watch someones scraps...
    I have to admit, being able to pick and choose exactly what I wanted to see from a user was one of the few things I liked about DA...
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