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BBCode table

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Does UM supports BBCode table? I tried table, th, tr, td tags, but "table" is displayed with all tags, i.e. [table][tr][th]"some text"[/tr]/[th]...[tr][td]"some text"[/tr][/td]...[/table]

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Unfortunately I don't believe Invision Board supports table layout tags.

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Unfortunately I don't believe Invision Board supports table layout tags.

That's rather a pity. It would be a useful function.

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Thank you, Saru.

I can only echo Waspie, it would be quite useful sometimes (not for everyday use, of course).

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Thank you, Saru.

I can only echo Waspie, it would be quite useful sometimes (not for everyday use, of course).

A trick I have used in the past, when a table was particularly useful, wass to generate the table in Excel and then take a screen shot. I then posted the screen shot as an image.

It's long winded but it works.

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generate the table in Excel and then take a screen shot. I then posted the screen shot as an image.

Yes that would be the easiest way to get a table in to a post.

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A trick I have used in the past, when a table was particularly useful, wass to generate the table in Excel and then take a screen shot. I then posted the screen shot as an image.

It's long winded but it works.

That, certainly, is better solution than my first thought about taking screen shot from notepad (tabulated data in monospaced fonts).

Anyway, thanks for excel idea. :tu:

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