Merkwürdig. Aber ich werds ausbessern.
Tables seem to be “invisible” in Wiki change logs. See https://forum.fairphone.com/t/list-of-angels-heavens/31592
Aha, am I? How come - am I just not logged in enough??
That topic is only visible to #fairphoneangels.
Thanks for this info. I didn´t know there was a classified space for them.
The actual issue can be seen by everyone in my own post a bit further up:
When you click on the grey pencil icon to see what changes I made to the table, you get to see – nothing.
Clicked on both links just to see to where they lead. Was not disappointed.
My computer didn’t like it apparently, this happened right after I voted
Thunderbird is an email client.
Now I’m curious …
Maybe on your machine…
I’m in control of a massive Mozilla hunter on my rig…
One of the recent upgrades seems to have fixed this problem. Changes to tables can now be easily seen in the HTML and the two-column HTML change log.
By reading this, you have accepted evil-company-name’s terms[^1] and conditions.
BLA BLA BLA THIS IS A PURPOSELY LONG SENTENCE WRITTEN IN UNNECESSATY COMPLICATED LEGAL LANGUAGE AND CAPS LOCK SO YOU DON’T EVEN START READING IT WHICH GIVES EVIL-COMPANY-NAME (HEREAFTER REFERRED TO AS “WE” OR “US”) A BETTER CHANCE OF GETTING AWAY WITH THE BS THAT IS STATED HERE.
[^1]: You hereby gave us your consent to steal your first-born child.
Edit: Ok, apparently it doesn’t work. SAD.
You have to to do it like this1
Why can’t it be like normal Markdown
There’s no “normal Markdown” (yeah, I know, ). Closest we have is the CommonMark spec/working group (which Jeff Atwood, developer of Discourse, is part of). From their website:
Because there is no unambiguous spec, implementations have diverged considerably over the last 10 years. As a result, users are often surprised to find that a document that renders one way on one system (say, a GitHub wiki) renders differently on another (say, converting to docbook using Pandoc).
Footnotes syntax (that’s the Pandoc one) is not part of the spec, but an optional module.