User talk:Ratany Resident
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- The Second Life wiki does not only support highlighting of LSL, but also other languages. Tags are
lsl, cpp, csharp, python, lisp, xml, html, perl, ....
- Any code within code tags will not automatically be broken at the right side of the container but continue no matter what. Therefor pasting code inside the wiki does forces you to break lines should you want the code to be readable on older screens with a resolution below 1080p and/or mobile ones. I think 80 columns is overdoing it a bit, but 120 should give you room enough.
- If you're unsure how to do stuff on the wiki, each page has an edit link at the top while you're logged in where you can take a look at the source of said page.
- Not sure why you would link a Spanish page (with English content ... no comment, lol) to an English page, but please do link English to English and Spanish to Spanish.
Cheers. -- Kireji Haiku 11:31, 5 January 2014 (PST)
- Thank you for pointing this out! I didn´t know that other programming languages are supported and will update the page according to your suggestions.
- I tried to break the code into shorter lines and it looked pretty awful. It seemed better to leave the lines long and to just scroll to the right. I´ll try again with 120 and see how that goes.
- I was wondering about the presumably Spanish page, but it´s in English ... :)
- Ratany Resident 12:32, 5 January 2014 (PST)