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Fernando

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Thursday, November 29th 2018, 12:09am

[solved] In this forum... How to insert code in multiple lines?

Hi, sorry for this obvious question, but I canĀ“t see how to insert code (in this krpano forum) in multiple numbered line format: All my code is edit in only one line, only number. I visited the help forum and nothing found about. *confused*
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Fernando

Edit: Solved, just using List numbered option!!!! very easy *love*

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "Fernando" (Nov 30th 2018, 1:45am) with the following reason: solved


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Friday, November 30th 2018, 8:25pm

Hi,

basically just the [code] BB-tag could be used (there is also an icon for this in the editor)...

But there might be browser where the code-pasting might not work.
If that's the case please tell me what browser and system you use.

Best regards,
Klaus

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Saturday, December 1st 2018, 1:55pm

Hi Klaus, this is a example, in the first code block was used "insert code" only. In the second block was used too the "ordered list". The attachments show it and chrome version.

Source code

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addhotspot(%1);assignstyle(hotspot[%1], '%2');set(hotspot[%1].ath,%3);set(hotspot[%1].atv,%4);set(hotspot[%1].tooltip,%5);


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addhotspot(%1);
assignstyle(hotspot[%1], '%2');
set(hotspot[%1].ath,%3);
set(hotspot[%1].atv,%4);
set(hotspot[%1].tooltip,%5);



Thanks, best regards,
Fernando
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