So, I was musing about the format of the narrative platform, and one of the things that attracted me to narrative initially was the unique and striking design of the adverts and webpage. I personally hope this type of design can carry on into the main platform. What do other people think?
Part of a series I'm working on is based on a Twitter hashtag. In the editor, the pound symbol is blue with a blue strikethrough over the text that follows. Is this what it's going to look like when published? Because that doesn't work for me, and I'm not sure what to do about it.
As it turns out, it's only doing it in two places, not all. I did copy/paste from a document, so it must be something glitchy in the cleanup from Word formatting. I'll just delete each instance of the problem and retype the hashtag manually. I found a few other problems where I kept getting error messages and it wouldn't let me save my drafts. These were instances where I'd quoted material with special characters - well, they were translated into emojis by Word, as I finally figured out -...
Thanks for the additional info...I do know there are some things in the works that will help cleanup code when you're pasting from another format. No ETA on that, but one of the things that will be ironed out before Beta launch. It's always helpful to get this kind of detailed report at this stage! Have a great weekend
I'm hoping this is low-hanging fruit, but we could really benefit from having the option to use strikethrough in our posts. Most immediately, I would use it to edit a recent post to correct a misinterpretation I had of the AUP without actually deleting the text that provides context for the comments on the post. But I've also noticed the lack because of content I've repurposed on Narrative where I had to edit the text where I had used strikethrough in the original piece for its impact. And...
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