Formatting tips

Fonts

CNW makes use of the Canterbury font, available here for free. Downloading and installing this Truetype font will format many of the headings correctly.

There are also several built-in fonts that can be used for special impact. To display a section of text in one of these fonts, use the following notation:

Code Font
%{font-family:Aladin}"Text block here"% Aladin
%{font-family:Alex Brush}"Text block here"% Alex Brush
%{font-family:Carrois Gothic SC}"Text block here"% Carrois Gothic SC
%{font-family:Nosifer}"Text block here"% Nosifer
%{font-family:Rochester}"Text block here"% Rochester
%{font-family:Schoolbell}"Text block here"% Schoolbell
%{font-family:UnifrakturMaguntia}"Text block here"% UnifrakturMaguntia
Languages

Euros is a land of many languages, and it is common for educated people to speak several. There may be times that it is important to differentiate languages in Journal posts or other wiki pages. The use of color is one way to accomplish this. To display a section of dialogue in a separate color, use the following notation (substitute colorname with the name from the table below):

%{color:colorname}"Speech text here"%

Avalon:
Castillian:
Crescent:
salmon
lightyellow
lightgreen
Eisen:
Montaigne:
Ussuran:
darkgray
skyblue
tan
Vendel:
Vodaccian:
Numan:
orange
plum
violet
Dwarven:
Elven:
Others:
lightslategray
olivedrab
sienna

Formatting tips

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