I'm new to twine and was reading the documentation to try and figure out how to escape a line break for creating if/else statements for printing. The docs I found said a single slash "\" at the end of a line would suppress the break, but it doesn't seem to work (I'm using Twine 2.0.2). Has the function been updated for Twine 2? If so, could you please:
-let me know how to escape these line breaks
-direct me to documentation that works for the new Twine?
This is especially a big problem when I've got a block of if statements, and the return after each one puts a new empty line in the story. Frustrating! What am I missing regarding formatting here?
Thank you for your help!