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kachoong


Feb 4, 2009, 6:32 AM

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Re: [jt512] Carabiner and quickdraw FAQ *draft*
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jt512 wrote:
qwert wrote:
jt512 wrote:
And fix the formatting; as is, it is very difficult to read. There should be exactly one blank line between paragraphs. After the first sentence within a paragraph, new sentences should not begin on a new line.

Could you please clarify that? i get the part with the varying blank lines, but not the last part.
Do you mean that i should have no line breaks i a paragraph? sounds like it would make reading more difficult.

That is correct. There should be no line breaks within a paragraph. I can assure you beyond doubt that putting line breaks between sentences makes the paragraph more difficult to read. That is why that is never done in typesetting.

As originally written, the following paragraph is incorrectly formatted:

In reply to:
Could you please clarify that? [I] get the part with the varying blank lines, but not the last part.
Do you mean that i should have no line breaks i a paragraph? [S]ounds like it would make reading more difficult.

The following is correct:

In reply to:
Could you please clarify that? [I] get the part with the varying blank lines, but not the last part. Do you mean that i should have no line breaks i a paragraph? [S]ounds like it would make reading more difficult.

New sentences should not be started on new lines, unless the new sentence starts a new paragraph, in which case the paragraphs should be separated by one blank line.

Jay

Qwert, another formatting thing, you should try to keep your picture descriptions adjacent the picture it describes and separated from the next picture. It's difficult to tell which one you're explaining.

Content I'm yet to fully read, but good job!


(This post was edited by kachoong on Feb 4, 2009, 6:34 AM)



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