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Hmmm...the cheatsheet seems to use three external files:

  • creole_cheat_sheet_files/injection_graph.css
  • creole_cheat_sheet_files/injection_graph_func.js
  • creole_cheat_sheet_files/none-icon.png

I can't seem to actually find any of them though. Is there a permission problem on the server? Another question: what are they for?

-- Sam, 2007-Nov-12

Second thought: We really could use an xhtml version of the cheat sheet. There are a bunch of open <br> tags and an <hr> tag and a few other things that need to be cleaned up to make this happen.

-- Sam, 2007-Nov-12

Re the paragraphs paragraph:

"Paragraphs are created by simply typing the text. To separate paragraphs, just leave an empty line between them. Line ends will be preserved inside paragraphs. You can use "
" to force a line break most everywhere."

I think the sentence "Line ends will be preserved inside paragraphs." is misleading, and I think you really meant to say something like "Line breaks will be preserved inside paragraphs."

In CheatSheet/wikicreole1.pdf(info), the top-level heading should have a single equal character, not two, to match Mediawiki. Otherwise, excellent job, Chuck!

-- YvesPiguet, 2007-Aug-6

The German cheat sheet is encoded with UTF-8, but rendered as ISO-Latin-1 in Safari. Same problem in Firefox, but Opera is fine. Have you specified an explicit charset?

-- YvesPiguet 2007-Aug-22

Thanks Yves, I added the header attached it to CheatSheet.

-- ChristophSauer, 2007-Aug-23 17:27 (CEST)

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