bq test
Mark (2737) 44 posts 

Mark (2737) 44 posts 

Mark (2737) 44 posts 
Testing with pre Inside pre after pre 
Mark (2737) 44 posts 
twice bq’d outside 
David Pitt (102) 743 posts 
normal 
Krzysztof Staniorowski (2787) 35 posts 

jim lesurf (2082) 1318 posts 
Nope. I can never work this out, and can’t find in the textile info how to do nested block quotes. 
Steve Fryatt (216) 1669 posts 
You have to do multilevel quoting manually…
should turn out as First (and it does! :) 
Steve Pampling (1551) 7015 posts 
bq doesn’t nest AFAIK <blockquote> does nest  treat it like standard HTML tag <blockquote><blockquote> some double depth quoted</blockquote> back to single depth </blockquote> and outside and outsidesome double depth quoted 
jim lesurf (2082) 1318 posts 
Ahha! So the problem was that I was barking up entirely the wrong tree! :) Is this now the right tree? Thanks. Why doesn’t the “help” (sic) say this? Jim 
Rick Murray (539) 11222 posts 
Because the “help” is lame and the Textile parser is lamer yet? 
Steve Pampling (1551) 7015 posts 
Maybe someone who knows most of the markup should write a short “howto” 
Steve Fryatt (216) 1669 posts 
Perhaps something like https://www.riscosopen.org/wiki/documentation/show/Forum 
Steve Pampling (1551) 7015 posts 
Not that it isn’t a nice document but I was thinking maybe a bit more content 
Steve Fryatt (216) 1669 posts 
I’m sure that it can be improved and added to! 
jim lesurf (2082) 1318 posts 
Thinking about it: it appears odd that I can cut and paste items I want to quote. Logically, The two ‘issues’ that have repeatedly caused me to struggle with ‘textile’ are: 1) Quoting and nesting quotes. All the standard explanation deals with is the first level ‘bq’ method 2) Making some test appear as fixedspace preformatted ‘code’. Having done some hand editing of HTML Jim 
John McCartney (426) 96 posts 
This is my own test for quoting a quote
I hope it works 
John McCartney (426) 96 posts 
Nope! Lets have another go… I like chips in brown gravy How did that go? 
John McCartney (426) 96 posts 
Splendid! 
Dave Brown (29) 17 posts 

Chris Johns (3727) 40 posts 

Chris Mahoney (1684) 1796 posts 
Don't mind me

Richard Walker (2090) 345 posts 
Hmm hhhhhh" Grr!! 
Stephen Unwin (1516) 142 posts 
and a gap? 
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