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|A Tinderbox Reference File : Export Codes : Quick Lists|
Tinderbox recognises as unordered lists paragraphs that begin with one or more asterisks
* like this example
** use two or more asterisks to embed lists within lists
... and (from v2.5.0), as ordered lists, paragraphs that begin with one or more hash marks
# like this example
## use two or more hashes to embed lists within lists
From v 3.0.0, if the HTMLListItemStart and HTMLListItemEnd attributes are empty, all quick lists — as defined by lines starting with an * or a # — are disabled.
From v4.0.0, unordered lists can be indicated using either an asterisk (*) or a bullet ().
To stop a quick list character at the start of a line from being interpreted as quick list markup, either:
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