Time Loves a Hero
But only time will tell
If he's real
He's a legend from heaven
If he ain't he's a sinner from hell.
This is an example of an outline
I have structured it deliberately using the outline structure.
There is no Markdown here, just outline structure and HTML.
This is a test: Scripting News.
The attribute is #flMarkdown.
If it's an outline, and markdown is turned off, we use the outline renderer.
That's what makes sense.
Intuitive not intelligent
It's intelligent enough. If there are no subheads it knows that this should not be formatted as a headline.
However if there are subheads then it assumes it's a list.
Here's a nice outline
A few interesting tweets
Melo feeling good about things. pic.twitter.com/LBXumBm0K5— Little Pork Chop (@Twittergram) July 2, 2014
Ygritte says I should try again. pic.twitter.com/GrbKPQMX7f— Little Pork Chop (@Twittergram) July 2, 2014
A list of things
Lawrence of Arabia
But then there's another paragraph and everything is back to normal. Until something appears underneath it then it becomes a headline again. You learn how to play with it, I guess.
I heard that when you type the term siigit into Fargo you get a weird Emoji character.
That's six hyphen digit. The trigger is x hyphen d.
Let's see if it happens here.
We're using Emojify in Fargo to do the rendering.
One thing you can do until we figure out what's going wrong is you can turn Emoji's off globally or on a single page. See the announcement page for Fargo 1.60 to see how to do it.
Perhaps this should be reported as an issue on the GitHub project?
I added a comment to a reported issue that says that'd gets screwed up in a similar way.