User talk:Paxed/ReplaceCharsBlock

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Seems like when I place '_' above another character, the underscore becomes invisible. As if the bottom pixel got eaten up by the character below it.

._. ._.
... .@.

Edit the page and see what was intended. If you can not see the effect let me know and I'll probably make a screenshot (under Google Chrome with whatever default font it uses). BTW, thanks for the cool extension! --Ylmson 18:19, 19 January 2011 (UTC)

I played around with css a bit, seems like if instead of using .ttyscreen class, a plain div with style="padding:0;line-height:100%" would make characters show in full. Don't know what exactly should be changed in MediaWiki:Common.css, though.
--Ylmson 06:30, 20 January 2011 (UTC)

Need a way for the first line to be all spaces

In the map for the Plane of Earth, the first line consists of 76 spaces. The parser ignores it because it of the way it separates the rules from the map. Consider splitting on exactly two new-line characters like "/\n\n/" or only ignoring literal spaces like "/\n *\n/". -- 06:58, 7 November 2011 (UTC)

You could put a character not otherwise used on the map in the first line, and convert it to space in the rules. --paxed 08:25, 7 November 2011 (UTC)


replacecharsblock characters are displayed unaligned in Opera, that makes Sokoban maps barely usable.

nowiki always looks fine. -- 11:17, 26 November 2011 (UTC)