Using Bold & Italics in the chat room


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Using Bold & Italics in the chat room
« on: Nov 04, 2016, 11:11:11 PM »

When you would like to emphasis certain words or texts sent in the chat room, be it in character or out, you may use either italics, bold, or italics and bold together by using BBC.

BBC for bold
Code: [Select]
[b]Bold text must be inside these[/b]Bold text must be inside these

BBC for italics
Code: [Select]
[i]Italicized text must be inside these.[/i]Italicized text must be inside these.

You can also use bold and italics in the same sentence/text.
Code: [Select]
[b][i]This is going to be both bold and italicized.[/i][/b]This is going to be both bold and italicized.

Or choose to bold one word and italicize another.
Code: [Select]
This [i]shows[/i] a sentence with [b]both[/b] options.This shows a sentence with both options.

It's important to remember to close the brackets, IE: always type  or , otherwise it generally does not display properly, or turns your entire text either way.
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