I’ve noticed that when writing and curating reviews for individual pianobook libraries, it’s not possible to include parenthesis or newlines.
I think being able to condense thoughts to separate paragraphs (as I’m doing here) and annotate something as side-notes / thoughts (like this) is really valuable when quickly checking someone’s carefully crafted review of a library, and greatly aids to the intelligibility and clarity of the review.
I’m very apprehensive to read a jumbled wall of text versus the same text when well-formatted, even if it takes up a little more space on the page or widget.
Oh council, please consider my pleas for the gauntlet.
+1 for that! Parenthesis are very important for sure. It actually took me a while to realise that most symbols I’d put would get deleted beacuse of limited formatting. I mostly used – dashes – or just very long sentences.
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