Thanks, did you try it?
And did it work?
Thank you for your feedback
I know it does work. I really liked your screen shots that were edited by skitch.
They were actually edited by an app called Explain Everything.
I do use skitch but more rarely, but nice guess
That's so cool!
It says that it works with BBCode, but when I tried using BBCode colors, it didn't work.
Here's an example [color=red]red[/color] [color=green]green[/color] [color=blue]blue[/color] [color=#DB7900]random[/color]
It doesn't work!
Oh, well it would be awesome if it would of worked.
Nice try tough.
Great trick TromaxTheDestroyer!
Here are other ways I found too—
You could also do it by pressing this button:
Or you could type
<hr> (which is HTML)
@Kiwicute2015 that's a shame! I tried adding colours on other features using HTML as well but I think the site code might override it or something. At least HTML works for the line.
Did the line work with BBCode? I don't know any BBCode.
These come from Markdown.
I'm not very good with BBCode. All I know is how to make emojis and colors, and a few other things.
[color=red]Why no work?!
[size=10]Why you no work either?
:!: That's supposed to look like a face with a ! on its face!
Conclusion: BBCode isn't going to work
Hey this is cool
Why isn't it working
Hi @Wowwoman make sure you type the dashes on a new line for it to work
Cool! Awesome trick!
Hey thanks t1 you always help me ur the best
I am sorry to wreck your happiness but I already know that
FROM DIS TOPIC
You don't have to say or not if you know it!
Aww... I know bbcode too! Wish colors worked
I have that app :D