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November 27, 2010, at 06:48 PM EST by Zanoob
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Q: Are there any evil aligned shops for newbies to shop at?\\

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Q: Are there any evil aligned shops for newbies to shop at?

November 27, 2010, at 06:47 PM EST by Zanoob
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Q: Are there any evil aligned shops for newbies to shop at?\\

March 14, 2009, at 11:00 PM EST by Arnica
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Q: Class and Race Combos.
If this is the appropriate place to request a topic or topic expansion, I think it would be very useful to post the "list of good racial combos" referred to on the Character Creation page, unless there are too many possible combinations to make this possible. In hindsight, I would like to see if the combination I picked was good, bad, or neither.

January 09, 2009, at 01:11 PM EST by Xangareef
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'''Q: There is a problem with bullets. When I try to nest a number within a bullet, then try to go back to the bullet, I can't get them to line up at all. Example:

  • Part 1
    • Post Part 1
    1. Sub Part 1
    2. Sub Part 2
    • Post Part 2
  1. Sub Part 1
  2. Sub Part 2
  • Part 2
    • Post Part 1
  1. Sub Part 1
  2. Sub Part 2
    • Post Part 2
  3. Sub Part 1
  4. Sub Part 2

There are two asterisks in the bulleted part immediately after the numbers, which actually indents it 3. If I only put 1, it makes it level with the "Part 1" bullet.

Any ideas on how to fix or work around?'''

January 09, 2009, at 01:11 PM EST by Xangareef
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  1. Sub Part 2
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  1. Sub Part 1
January 09, 2009, at 01:10 PM EST by Xangareef
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Any ideas on how to fix or work around?

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Any ideas on how to fix or work around?'''

January 09, 2009, at 01:10 PM EST by Xangareef
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There are two asterisks in the bulleted part immediately after the numbers, which actually indents it 3. If I only put 1, it makes it level with the "Part 1" bullet.

Any ideas on how to fix or work around?

January 09, 2009, at 01:08 PM EST by Xangareef
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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Instead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours see the Documentation Index: Wiki Styles

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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Instead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours see the Documentation Index: Wiki Styles

'''Q: There is a problem with bullets. When I try to nest a number within a bullet, then try to go back to the bullet, I can't get them to line up at all. Example:

  • Part 1
    • Post Part 1
  1. Sub Part 1
  2. Sub Part 2
    • Post Part 2
  3. Sub Part 1
  4. Sub Part 2
  • Part 2
    • Post Part 1
  1. Sub Part 1
  2. Sub Part 2
    • Post Part 2
  3. Sub Part 1
  4. Sub Part 2
June 10, 2006, at 11:13 PM EST by Filt
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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Istead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours see the Documentation Index: Wiki Styles

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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Instead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours see the Documentation Index: Wiki Styles

June 10, 2006, at 04:12 PM EST by Filt
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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Istead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours (The Documentation Index, of course: Wiki Styles - Filt)

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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Istead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours see the Documentation Index: Wiki Styles

June 10, 2006, at 08:39 AM EST by Tealos
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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Istead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours check out the documentation index link at the bottom of the page.

The Documentation Index, of course: Wiki Styles - Filt

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A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Istead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours (The Documentation Index, of course: Wiki Styles - Filt)

June 10, 2006, at 08:25 AM EST by Tealos
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  • How do I use colors?
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Q: How do I use colors?
A: You would use colours in much the same way that you do in Aard. Istead of @R or @r for red you'd use %red%. To stop it from bleeding type %%. For more colours and How-To on custom colours check out the documentation index link at the bottom of the page.

June 10, 2006, at 03:05 AM EST by Filt
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Use this section to post non-urgent questions or things that may have complicated answers. Others who know this stuff can come through and explain.

  • How do I use colors?

The Documentation Index, of course: Wiki Styles - Filt