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Woudn't a MathML or LaTeX plugin for the wiki handle it much better?

-- RadomirDopieralski, 2006-12-15

Yes, I would tend to agree.

-- JanneJalkanen

It would but it goes against Cover the common things people need. IMO, it is not as common as Superscript but if we have the latter, why shouldn't we have Subscript?.

Let's be bold and include the markup in Creole0.4.

BTW, I like ,,,superscript text,,, better :

  • Easier to type on international keyboards
  • No collision with anything.

-- EricChartre, 2007-01-11

We don't have Superscript and I don't see how it is more common than subscript in general. Maybe there is some particular use you have in mind, like the "¹", "²", "³" for footnotes, for example?

-- RadomirDopieralski, 2007-01-11

Beside for basic chemistry or for number/variable indices, I don't use it much... Personally, I don't want to force the end-user to learn a new markup language for what I consider as a basic function in most word processors (even if it is sometimes hidden). For subscript, I don't have anything more substantiated.

-- EricChartre, 2007-01-11

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