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I'm having a hard time finding other markup options. Is there a way to do any of the following in posts:
- bullet points?
- tables?

I'm working on a numerical analysis post for a strategy section, would like to put in some excel data. Maybe the wiki is better?

Also, can't figure out how to past a URL but change the display name.
In HTML, it's <a href="link">pretty name</a>, dunno how to do it with the url marker.
 
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http://www.boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Forum_Formatting

No table codes (as of yet).

You can generated bullet lists (sans indents) usingthe emoticons:

d10-1 First item
d10-2 Second item
d10-3 Third item
d10-4 Fourth item

or

First item
Second item
Third item

or

1 First item
2 Second item
3 Third item
4 Fourth item

etc

Links:
url ] link [ /url ]
[ url=link ] description [ /url ]

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Thank you! Didn't think to check the BGG wiki.
 
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