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Basic editing - Text formatting rules - Documentation index

Tables: simple - advanced

Paragraphs: for a new paragraph, use a blank line;

Line break: \\ or [[<<]]

-> to indent text, -< hanging text

Join line: \

Lists: * for bulleted, # for numbered, :term:definition for definition lists

Emphasis: ''italics''   '''bold'''   '''''bold italics'''''   @@monospaced@@

References: [[another page]], [[http://example.com/]], [[another page | link text]], [[#anchor]], [[#anchor | link text]]

Groups: [[Group/Page]] displays Page, [[Group.Page]] displays Group.Page, [[Group(.Page)]] displays Group, [[Group/]] links Group homepage

Separators: !!, !!! for headings, ---- for horizontal line

Prevent formatting: [=...=]

Other: [+big+]   [++bigger++]   [-small-]   [--smaller--]   '^superscript^'   '_subscript_'   {+inserted+}   {-deleted-}

Preformatted: [@...@] or >>pre<<...>><<

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, most of what I read are classics and/or remmocendations from friends or authors I have read. Therefore, I’m looking for a specific title without caring a wit for the cover. In fact, if it has a crappy cover, or none at all it might just mean its costs me less to buy it.Of course, I get where you’re coming from too and publishers do need to make sure they have a good and descriptive cover to catch the eyes of people who had never heard of the book or author. Or to put it another way, someone like you has to buy it first so as to recommend it to someone like me.

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