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This may not be for everyone (I work in web development), and it's slow, but if you use Chrome or Chromium you can edit the HTML directly and it works fine. Right-click on the text you want to strike out Choose 'inspect element' The inspector will bring up that text - right click on it and choose 'edit html' Wrap the text you want to strike out with ...
Looks like you're limited to formatting bold, italics and strikethroughs for now. You've got the following options only at this stage: *Purple* _Monkey_ -Dishwasher- The above will render as this: Purple Monkey Dishwasher Links added to a stream update will either automatically fetch the image or stick a thumbnail of the page you're linking to in ...
There is a Google Chrome extension called strikethrough that will add a strikethrough button: The current version of this extension provides the an option to format with strikethrough from both inline replies and pop-out replies.
If you are using Chrome, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + V to paste the unformatted version of the copied text into Google Docs (or any other web page).
There is no native way to do it, so you either do it in Word (or any other text editor that supports it) and then copy/paste the text in the compose window or you install a browser add-on.
There's something I just found. It's related to posting YouTube videos. Let's say you are posting a video and you want to make attention at particular part of it. Just write hours:minutes and Google Plus will automatically create direct link to the video frame. "9:15 - blabla" will be linked to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=youvideoID#t=9m15s And yes - ...
Personally, I type emails that need more formatting options in the CKeditor demo. Then, I copy the final text into Gmail - the formatting is retained.
No you cannot, only @-referrals to friends,events and pages that you are affiliated with on Facebook. You can only place formatting in notes.
There used to be a feature request in their moderated feedback forum (the forum has since been closed down, maybe after Microsoft purchase). There are also some hints in the new support forum that this feature is still not implemented: https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/176/t/411396?ss=74658578-9abc-4885-842c-ca72c4abf31f
Pastebin is a site for sharing only plain text or source code. From their FAQ: Pastebin.com is a website where you can store text for a certain period of time. The website is mainly used by programmers to store pieces of sources code or configuration information, but anyone is more than welcome to paste any type of text. The idea behind the site is to ...
No GMail does not currently have such a feature. BUT there is a really weird/annoying workaround if you want it that bad. Google allows you to have a signature. You can configuration the signature in the General settings. What you could do is put one letter in the signature with the formatting you want. When you compose a new email that would mean you must ...
You can use Yammer notes, which provide formatting, such as bolding, italics, headings and bullets.
What you're looking for is conditional number formatting. You can do this in the Google doc by highlighting the column you wish to format and clicking: Format → Number → More Formats → Custom number format... Thereafter, specify this as your formula: [<10]_(###0.00_);_(#0_) What it means is, if the cell value is less than 10 then format the cell in ...
If you're talking about Special:Book, then that comes from the Collection extension. That in turn uses several backends for generating the various formats. For PDF, the PDF Writer extension is used: The PDF Writer uses the Python Reportlab libraries to generate PDF based on a DOM derived from parsing mediawiki-markup using the mwlib parser.
It sounds much faster to just copy to notepad, then paste back in.
I can't find any official announcement, but it seems that Markdown is now supported only when posting as a page:
Presuming you're on Windows, there's a program called Puretext that clears formatting from whatever you have cached in the clipboard.
Right-click the cell (or perform an equivalent thing on a Mac) Choose "Unlink" from the context menu This can be also done on a range of cells: select the range, then follow 1-2. The sheet will remember your preference, so the link will remain plain text even if you edit it. To convert back to hyperlink, use "convert to link" command of the context ...
The following formula does the job (tested with U.S. and Russia as locales, where separators are different): =IFERROR(VALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A2, ",", ".")), VALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A2, ".", ","))) Explanation: IFERROR returns the first argument unless it throws an error, in which case it returns the second. The first argument of IFERROR is the result of converting ...
GitHub flavored markdown supports Using triple back ticks to fence code blocks, which lets you wrap code blocks more easily than indenting every line. Standard Markdown converts text with four spaces at the beginning of each line into a code block; GFM also supports fenced blocks. Just wrap your code in ``` (as shown below) and you won't need to indent ...
https://help.github.com/articles/github-flavored-markdown/ Put four spaces before each line.
Currently neither OneDrive, nor Google Drive support the markdown format natively. While there is the StackEdit extension for Google Drive, I am not aware of a similar one for OneDrive. There are some services, though, which allow documents importing from and saving to OneDrive. One example is Dillinger.
Only admins can post announcements; and replies to announcements cannot be formatted. You can also format text in Word documents and upload them to Yammer; not quite the same thing though is it?
In Yammer groups, if you post an "Announcement" you get the option to give it some basic formatting, but if you post an "Update" then it's in unformatted text. So, yes, there is a way to do it after all.
Life Hacker has an article about Google Drive extensions that mentions Drive Notepad, which claims to do plain text editing in Google Drive. I found your question because I'm looking for the same kind of tool, though for different reasons. I haven't tried Drive Notepad yet, but I'm heading over now to give it a shot. I also just discovered that WriteBox ...
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