Using change direction with multiline

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asked Mar 20 in Question / help by gkanin (120 points)
Hi.

Using change direction with multiline (***<:) doesn't work. How to bypass it?

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* <&flag> Debian
** <&globe> Ubuntu

***<:Linux Mint
Open Source;

*** Kubuntu
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answered Mar 20 by kirchsth (5,780 points)

Hi @gkanin,

you can use \n 

commented Mar 21 by gkanin (120 points)
Thank you. But if i need to use more than 2 lines or Creole?
commented Mar 23 by kirchsth (5,780 points)

Hi @gkanin

add more \n and use the existing creole features 

best regards
Helmut

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* <&flag> Debian
** <&globe> Ubuntu

***< <b>HTML Creole <:sunny:><&wifi>\nExample of simple table\n|= |= table |= header |\n| a | table | row |\n| b | table | row |

*** Kubuntu
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@endwbs

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