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    4E Parser Line Breaks?

    Sorry if this has already been answered elsewhere. I searched around a bit and couldn't find anything.

    Is there a way to do line breaks with the 4E parser format? <br> just gives me a parse error when I try it. I can use <p></p> tags, but that ends up giving me an extra space between each line.

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    You can use \r for a line break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrZeuss
    You can use \r for a line break.
    That doesn't seem to work for me. Does it need to be on a line by itself or something? I've tried:

    This is sentence one.\r
    This is sentence two.


    ...and within FG I end up with:

    This is sentence one.\rThis is sentence two.

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    Is this in Story text or a reference item like a power?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrZeuss
    Is this in Story text or a reference item like a power?
    In the manual area of the library.

    Example:

    Code:
    ZGROUP
    Class Features
    ZSUBGROUP
    Cleric
    ZNAME
    Healers Lore
    ZTEXT
    <p>Your study of healing allows you to make the most of your healing prayers. \rWhen you let a creature spend a healing surge to regain hit points with one of your cleric powers that has the healing keyword, add your Wisdom modifier to the hit points the recipient regains.</p>

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    Ah then no. I don't think \r is supported in reference text. Its generally supported in power descriptions or reference items where <formattedtext> is not used.

    I guess all you can use is something like

    Code:
    <p>First Line</p><p>Second Line</p>
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