the practice of withdrawing support for (canceling) public figures and companies after they have done something considered objectionable
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Comments, analyses, and About Mes use Markdown syntax. See here for how Markdown generally works.
Some parts of Markdown are not used on Sedecology. Headers and linking images are disabled, and you can't use HTML tags.
Highlighting syntax (
==text== with two equal signs on both sides) is repurposed for replying to comments and analyses. The first number that occurs inside will be interpreted as a comment id, unless it is preceded by A or A# in which case it will refer to a typing that has an analysis attached. The person you're replying to will be indicated in the rendered text and everything other than the number will be ignored.
Currently notifications are sent for mentions (inside comments, not analyses) and they will also be sent for replies. For this reason, when you quote something the reply links will be escaped like
==/text== and the mentions will be escaped like
@/user -- the links will still work but the slash will deactivate the notification. You can add a slash yourself too, if you don't want to bug people. Only 10 notifications will be sent per comment. Editing a comment updates the forward links but will not send new notifications.
If the comment or typing you're replying to has been deleted, this will be indicated in the rendered text. Cross-thread links are also fully supported.
Basic features like bold, italics, quotes, and links will probably stay the same, but other syntax may be repurposed or disabled in the future, such as indented code blocks and backticks.