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Conventions Used In This Wiki

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Typographical Conventions

The following typographical conventions are use in this wiki:

Broken UnderlineAny word or phrase that has a broken underline in any color indicates that a new article is in development. This gives you the best reason to come back and check out new content when it drops.

Site Icons

Help ⇒ These paragraphs inform you about getting help and/or assistance about the page topic.

Info ⇒ These paragraphs contain related information about the page topic.

ToDo ⇒ These paragraphs instruct you to add information to your personal todo list and/or take action regarding the page topic.

Tip ⇒ These paragraphs suggest a tip relating to the page topic.

Important ⇒ These paragraphs contain important information regarding the page topic.

Alert ⇒ These paragraphs indicates a warning or strong caution relating to the page topic.

Download ⇒ These paragraphs provide instructions on downloading text and/or a file regarding the page topic.

faq/conventions_used.txt · Last modified: 2024-02-14 20:43 by dawarner