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Re^2: dynamic extractor based off static references in file (line-height punch2paragraph punct2paragraph lineheight3em)

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 06, 2013 at 07:36 UTC ( #1065915=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: dynamic extractor based off static references in file (perl)
in thread dynamic extractor based off static references in file (perl)

You're much more likely to get helpful answers here if you do your best to use proper grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and formatting. What you wrote looks like a random collection of text messages concatenated into a single blob. It's painful to read, and suggests that you didn't really bother to spend much time on it, so most people won't bother. I'm happy to take some of my time to help -- otherwise I wouldn't be here -- but you need to show that you've taken some of yours.

I find that changing line-height does wonders for legibility . Sure its still got the same grammar, but just like a paper you can read it from a podium ... not overwhelming or headache inducing from formatting :D

I use themes for Anonymous Monk or try out themes without changing display settings to add jQuery to a page (one click) then click this lineheight3em bookmarklet to turn blobs readable

javascript:(function(){ $('.doctext').css({'line-height':'3em'}); $('.reply-body').css({'line-height':'3em'}); $('.code').css({'line-height':'1em'}); })()
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