Board Topic Formatting Guide
Because of the lack of documentation/support on how to format board posts on audiotool using (link is only visible to registered users), here's a quick guide on how to get started adding flare to your posts! Note that this post is simply a modified version of the aforementioned link for audiotool specifically. Also, this post will be updated as new formats are added/discovered.
Wikitext only supports bold and italic text formatting. Both of which use the apostrophe ('), three (3) and two (2) respectively.
- "'I'm Bold"'
- "I'm Italic"
All links on the board can be formatted either by simply pasting them into the editor or surrounding them with square brackets ([ ]). The latter provides support for more customization in formatting.
NOTE: All links to audiotool board rooms or posts will be formatted with their respective names by default
- [ (link is only visible to registered users) visit Audiotool ]
- (link is only visible to registered users)
Headings, like the one above, can be rendered using equal signs (=) on either side of the target text. In accordance with HTML tags, there are six (6) headings.
- =Heading 1=
- ==Heading 2==
- ===Heading 3===
- ====Heading 4====
- =====Heading 5=====
- ======Heading 6======
Horizontal rules, or dividing lines, can be rendered using four (4) dashes (-)
Unlike your profile bio or track descriptions, breaks between lines must be separated by an empty line
NOTE: If you want a space between lines, you can use the following symbol across audiotool: ( )
- I am a
- broken line
Indents (equivalent of pressing tab at the beginning of a new line) can be achieved with a colon ":". You can increase the indent by adding colons.
- : 1st Indent
- :: 2nd Indent
- :::... nth Indent
- :: 2nd Indent
Both ordered and unordered lists can be rendered by using the asterisk "*" and hash "#" symbols respectively
- # Item 1
- # Item 2
- # Item 3...
- * Item 1
- * Item 2
- * Item 3...
Description lists, used to pair terms and definitions or points with an idea, can be rendered using the colon ":" and semicolon ";" respectively
- ; Term/Idea
- : Definition 1/Point 1
- : Definition 2/Point 2
- : Definition 3/Point 3...