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Re: Verbatim and Indentation
there is a discussion about verbatim formatting on the wiki:
and Fabian is working on it. There have also been discussions about
adding a code style that acts a bit different than verbatim, you can
find this in the mailing list archives, but I cannot remember the
results of the discussion and I am not sure if someone is actively
working on implementing this.
It is intentional that zim only allows text to have one style, but I
cannot remember the reason.
On Sat, 03 Jul 2010 14:57:07 -0600
Lord_Devi <lorddevi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am noticing some difficulty in achieving some consistency when using
> using verbatim formatting. At times it will indent the block of text
> when I format it as verbatim, while other times it leaves the text
> un-indented. There are times I would like this text to be indented and
> other times I would prefer it not to be.
> Is there something that can be done to force the indenting issue one way
> or the other?
> A partially related issue, is that I primarily use Zim for the creation
> of Howto guides or Tutorials. Typically I use verbatim to display code
> examples. However, equally common I require the inclusion of a block of
> text representing the contents of a configuration file. I also use
> verbatim for this. However this can make it difficult to differentiate
> between "commands to be issued on the command line" and "text to expect
> or edit inside a file".
> I feel that a very simple way to get around this issue, and some
> others.. would be to allow some basic formatting of verbatim text.
> Specifically if sections of verbatim text could be made bold, that would
> really assist me in my document creation. Is there any reason why this
> can not be accomplished?
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