[Moin-user] stopping ^ markup for a page

Robert Spencer roach.list at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 02:33:53 EST 2009

On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 4:47 PM, jdd <jdd at dodin.org> wrote:

> Hello,

Hi jjd,

Still at it I see. Excellent, nice going man. :-D

> I try to set in the wiki a page about joe editor.
> It needs many "^X". When there are two on arow, the contetn of ^ertyu^
> is seen as a superscript

I had the same problem when doing the vim howto:

^ = Go to the start of a line
{{{ = Go 3 paragraphs up
}}} = Go 3 paragraphs down

> is there a way to stop this on this page only?

For the vim howto I landed up using the wiki creole parser, still a
mission though to get everything to look right.

You could also try using HTML entities, unfortunately they may not
display properly in all browsers. I found the following site useful,
just type the symbol in the box and choose the result you want.


Robert Spencer

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