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Hello, all. My name is planetscape and I am addicted to Microsoft products.

Over the sympathetic groans of some, and the hostile growls of others, the majority reply: "Hello, planetscape!"

I know what this sounds like, but I'm not in denial...

scattered chuckles

Microsoft is what the majority of my clients use, and, well, I like to eat...

more, rueful, chuckles as the familiarity of her plight sinks in

So... I must confess that for longer writeups, I've copied the site CSS for PerlMonks so things like code tags get handled correctly, and I've copied the CSS for the Dark Theme, since that's what I'm accustomed to using...

planetscape's voice drops to a whisper...

And then I use FrontPage...

hostility erupts at the back of the room and several individuals are forcibly escorted outside

Of course, before I post, I strip out the more egregious bloat that FrontPage puts in...

even with this admission, the swelling anger in the crowd surges, pressing people forward toward the podium, and security hustles planetscape backstage and out of the building

over the tumult of the crowd, planetscape can still be heard, shouting:

Ok, so it's not pretty! but it works!



In reply to Re: better wiki-like shortcuts. by planetscape
in thread better wiki-like shortcuts. by Courage

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