[TxMt] Re: HTML Special Character Bundles

Chip Cullen chip.cullen at gmail.com
Sun May 6 09:24:08 UTC 2007

In a word, no. I had filtered out the markdown bundle, so I hadn't
explored it. Besides, smartypants doesn't do exactly what I wanted to
do, anyway, as I understand it. It takes "period period period" and
turns it into "…"

I was trying to have the effect of just typing from within an HTML
document, using the typing that I am used to, and having TM
automagically insert the right HTML code for that typographic mark.

If Smarty Pants does this as well, I didn't see it. But thanks for
pointing it out - I had no idea!

On 5/6/07, Jacob Rus <jacobolus at gmail.com> wrote:
> Chip Cullen wrote:
> > I came up with these the other day, and thought someone else might
> Have you tried smarty pants (or TM's markdown bundle which also runs
> smarty pants?)
> -Jacob
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