Scratchblocks kinda breaks if you use it without p tags or preformatted text:
And if you use it with p tags, it can be really annoying (Preview mysteriously disappears/freezes, preformatted text doesn't work, even elsewhere in the post).
But, I found a way to cheat the system. Just put
</span> after each @ sign.
For custom colors, do a similar thing, but with
</a> in front of the hashtag.
can you please explain what part you're not understanding?
that's not very helpful. i have no idea what to get from that.
please explain with words.
i can't help you, i don't know what you mean.
that is very very unclear. Can you explain what the problem is instead of just quoting an
They mean, "What does @ have to do with anything?"
@spacer: @helicoptur is saying that what makes scratchblocks not work in the first place is using @ in the scratchblocks text (I'm guessing because that conflicts with the forum using it to cite usernames).
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Actually I think any HTML tag after the @ will work to make the mention HTML not trigger.
Nah. It has to be
</span> because that will end the mention early.
Why did you mention yourself? (did someone get into your account?)
Nah. To demonstrate the
</span> thing. I typed:
in my original post. It's not clickable.
[scratchblocks](list @addInput:: list)[/scratchblocks]