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What is BBCode?
BBCode stands for Bullentin Board Code. It is a very limited form of HTML, but without the security hazards and abuse potential of enabling full HTML. It is used to produce various effects such as adding images or text effects. The primary difference is that BBCode uses [] tags instead of <>. The available BBCodes are listed below.

What about BBCode abuse?
Yes, BBCode abuse is certainly a real possibility. Naturally, this entails that abusing BBCode is a punishable offense. This can include excessive use of BBCode, such as bolding every post, using hard-to-read colors, or abusing image functions. Chronic BBCode abusers will not be allowed to use BBCode.

[b]Bold[/b] = Bold text.

[i]Italic[/i] = Italic text.

[u]Underline[/u] = Underlined text.

[font=Courier]Courier[/font] = Courier font text.
*Must be a recognized font. Varies from system to system.

[size=#]Size[/size] text = Resized text.
*Must be a non-zero positive whole number.

[color=#CCCCCC]Colored[/color] = Recolored text.
*Must be a plain color (pink, lightgreen) or hex code (#15FDB7)

[youtube=xxxxxxxxxx] = Youtube video.
The xxxxxxxx is the video ID, found here:

[quote]Quoted[/quote] =
QuoteQuoted Text

[progress=96] =
0% Progress: 96%

[URL=]SEN[/URL] = SEN named link

[URL=] = - named for the url

[EMAIL=email]meh[/EMAIL] = meh named e-mail link

[EMAIL=email] = email named for the address

[IMG=] = image

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  • [SUP]meh[/SUP] = Coolsuperscript

    [SUB]meh[/SUB] = Coolsubscript

    [LINE=#] = Horizontal Divider

    Of a specified width.

    [*]Likes Bacon
    [*]Eat bacon
    [*]Get fat
    Likes Bacon
    Eat Bacon
    Get fat

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    Suicidal Insanity -- ok, nice
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    Corbo -- and by too I meant again xD
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    Corbo -- hey si, i might have something cool to show you soon too
    [09:10 am]
    Suicidal Insanity -- :P
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    Suicidal Insanity -- Not that I think that is a good idea
    [09:10 am]
    Suicidal Insanity -- then it is a real index
    [09:10 am]
    Suicidal Insanity -- jjf28
    jjf28 shouted: Suicidal Insanity I can't have code saying xIndex for something that's 1-based, to me xIndex is always a 0-based array index specifically, anything else is an identifier ("Id", usually sequential) or key (hash or a fixed-byte abbreviation or something), those are my cues so I don't need to constantly refer to some documentation so I know what to code
    I'm just saying have your function 'GetMapTitleStringIndex' return realValue - 1
    [2019-3-18. : 1:45 am]
    CaptainWill -- If anyone was considering Hypnospace Outlaw, I recommend it
    [2019-3-18. : 1:41 am]
    jjf28 -- I think the reason I had it so wrong was cause I could treat it as a 0-based index from section start (offsets actually start after first two bytes of numStrings) so I had my access simplified like that :P
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