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Test history pages are not too hard to write. The amount of details you should include is somewhat flexible. If you are ever in doubt, simply refer to the wisdom of Dogcopter.
Final note: Like with the first blog, the information presented here is speculative. Only a few facts here, which I discussed with some credible people, are true.
- 2+ minutes of intense examination of history pages
- 3+ minutes of adding links to history pages
Thanks for reading. Feel free to ask any questions and hopefully someone will answer them. Also feel free to tell me if I made any mistakes, if my mental condition has deteriorated since last time, or if I should stick to editing quotation pages.Read more >
Hello¡ This is a blog about the formatting of transcript and quotation pages which I probably shouldn't write. Yay¡
The format for transcripts is quite simple maybe.
- Speech - To indicate speech, type the chracter's name followed
by a colon, both in bold, followed by the speech.
- Steven: Hello.
- Actions - Actions are surrounded by brackets or parentheses and
are in italics. Most verbs should be conjugated in the present
tense. The subject does not need to be included when the action is
placed on the same line as speech, given that the speech and action
are of the same character.
- Minor actions - Minor actions are surrounded by brackets. Minor
actions include gasping, coughing, laughing, etc.
- Steven: [Gasps] Hello.
- Steven: Hello. [Amethyst gasps]
- Normal a…
- Minor actions - Minor actions are surrounded by brackets. Minor actions include gasping, coughing, laughing, etc.
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- Speech - To indicate speech, type the chracter's name followed by a colon, both in bold, followed by the speech.