"Style Markup": Harlowe (v2.0)
In Harlowe, style markup can take many forms. Covering italics and boldface as basic examples, Harlowe also provides markup for creating alignment and columns as well.
:: StoryTitle Style Markup in Harlowe :: Start //Italics// ''Boldface'' ~~Strikethrough text~~ *Emphasis* **Strong emphasis** Super^^script^^ ``[[Escaped double square brackets]]`` #Level 1 heading ##Level 2 heading ###Level 3 heading ####Level 4 heading #####Level 5 heading ######Level 6 heading * Bulleted item * Bulleted item 2 ** Indented bulleted item 0. Numbered item 0. Numbered item 2 0.0. Indented numbered item ==> This is right-aligned =><= This is centered <==> This is justified <== This is left-aligned (undoes the above) ===><= This has margins 3/4 left, 1/4 right =><===== This has margins 1/6 left, 5/6 right. |== This is in the leftmost column, which has a right margin of about 2 letters wide. =|||= This is in the next column, which has margins of 1 letter wide. It is three times as wide as the left column. =====|| This is in the right column, which has a right margin of about 5 letters wide. It is twice as wide as the left column. |==| This text is not in columns, but takes up the entire width, as usual.
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