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Having problems with the BB list element - how to use?

 
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I'm used to the phpBB list tag being [ list ] with an optional type and a [ * ] for each list item. That doesn't seem to work in JForum. Am I doing something wrong?

A test:


  • blah
    blah2


  • And again:

  • [*]blah
    [*]blah2


  • Notice how the list tag isn't processed at all? Is this a bug or a user error?
    [originally posted on jforum.net by stdunbar]
     
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    It's kinda broken - at least as how phpbb works.

    You can use as this:

  • Element 1
  • Element 2


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    [originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
     
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    Thanks for the information Rafael - I'll experiment with that.
    [originally posted on jforum.net by stdunbar]
     
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