Boris Le Ninivin
boris.leninivin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 23:13:56 EDT 2012
Well, I'm not saying you shouldn't want this or anything, but...
To me, this is not a question related to markdown, but to css instead
All you would have to do is to add :
letter-spacing : 1ex;
in your css code.
And it would solve ALL the cons you've listed. ;)
Hope it will fit your needs.
On 08/17/2012 11:11 PM, Jakob wrote:
> Hi eveybody!
> I've got a suggestion to think about. Although i think that the drawbacks are bigher than the advantages im goong to tell you abou my idea:
> My idea is another syntax for e m p h a s i z e d words. It uses two spaces before and after the emphasized part and alternating space and letter in between, just like in the sentence before.
> • no symbol needed
> • granny compatible ;) similar look as on old typwritten texts
> • emphasis visible in raw text
> • extensible with * or _ for * s t r o n g * emphasis
> • cant be searched for easily
> • cant be easily converted
> • only accepts blanks as starting and endpoint (e.g. You could write " b l a h , " instead of " *blah,* " but i see no way to write " *blah*, " in spaced text.
> Maybe someone has ideas on how to avoid the drawbacks or oher possible uses.
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