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Thread: More a question really

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    More a question really

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    The "code" tag.

    1: What codes is it looking for? tabs? something else?
    2: How does one get a table to stay intact?

    I am trying to post tables in the campagin resources, but they tend to screw up even with the "code" tag. "HTML" tag looks worthless, at least by my attempt to use it. A better understanding of the process would be useful.

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    The [code] tag is typically used when you are typing that contains HTML, Javascript, PHP, etc that should be displayed literally. It isn't for tables. There really isn't a way to put in a table at this point. However, one thing you might try is take a screenshot of the table and post it as an attachment.
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    Awkward, but better than sharp stick in the eye. It rather makes it hard for someone to lift the text however. (I consider that a bad thing.)

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    An advantage of [code] is it's a fixed width font, so counting spaces will make everything line up vertically.

    Code:
       Pseudo        Table
    
       works in      code
    Pseudo Table

    fails elsewhere.

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