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I can't see how I can add source code to my threads. Inside "Insert" button there is nothing like that. Could you pls help me?
Hi Azat,I can recommend one method - paste the code in as plain text:
1. Make sure you are using the rich text editor by choosing the 'Use rich formatting' option on the reply UI
2. Choose 'Edit' -> 'Paste as Text' -> then paste in the source code
3. You can disable paste-as-text afterwards if needed by again choosing 'Edit' -> 'Paste as Text'
Hope this helps,
OK. Thanks.I'll do. so in that case here is no special formatting for source code.
fyi - as of today, a new option was added to the rich text editor - the 'Insert Code' option.
When in the rich text editor, choose:
Insert -> Insert Code -> Choose language (default is text)
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