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Markdown

Usage

Minnit allows for different varities of markdown to be used in the chat. These include bold, italic, and strikethrough words.

To italicize a word, type *word* in the chat. The result would be word.

To make a word bold, type **word** in the chat. The result would be word.

To make a word bold and italicized, type ***word*** in the chat. The result would be word

To strikethrough a word, type ~~word~~ in the chat. The result would be word.

To write code, type `code` in the chat. The result would be word.

To write in supscript text, type ^supscript^ in the chat. The result would be script.

To write in subscript text, type ~subscript~ in the chat. The result would be subscript.

To cover text in a spoiler code, type ||spoiler||.

To use sarcasm (reverse italics), type /s Love it /s.

Tips

If you combine supscript and subscript, you can write in a smaller font. Type ^~hello~^ for hello, for instance.

You can do (wink) to put the Code box behind your smiley.

The Code is also useful to demonstrate keys. Saying "To send a message, press the `Enter` key" looks like "To send a message, press the Enter key"

You can use backslashes to escape the Markdown if you need to demonstrate something. Example saying "On the D-PAD, press \^ then < then \^" will appear as "On the D-PAD, press ^ then < then ^".

This is also useful to explain to another user how to use Markdown.

For example, saying "To make your message bold, type it \**like this\**" will let them see the exact code needed.

Disabling Markdown

You can also disable Markdown in the chat settings under the "Permissions" tab.