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    Cryptic Sport?

    Tee it up or estimate spin (9)
    "English is the most ambiguous language in the world." ~ Yours Truly, 1969

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis View Post
    answer: French word beginning with pi
    I give you a ten.


    Quote Originally Posted by Denis View Post
    How do you "hide" here?
    Are you asking about changing colors, like this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis View Post
    Yes.
    Write it with "white" ink - and it hides against the white background.
    “... mathematics is only the art of saying the same thing in different words” - B. Russell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis View Post
    HOW?!
    Are you using the WYSIWYG interface? If so, there's a button on the menu bar labeled "A". On this button, there is a drop-down menu icon for choosing font colors. Highlight the specific text, before using the button to change color. This feature is mentioned HERE.

    If you're not using that interface, then you'll need to manually type BBC tags around the colored text:

    [color=white] & [/color]

    There's more information about BBC tags, in the FAQ.


    Quote Originally Posted by Denis View Post
    Other sites I go to work like this: [spoiler] message [/spoiler]
    Those tags used to work, here.

    When Ted switched the forum software to v-Bulletin (2011), its spoiler tags were initially broken. A few months later, they started working, but then they broke again (2012).


    Quote Originally Posted by Denis View Post
    Is there a "place" here where the local procedure is explained?
    Look HERE.
    "English is the most ambiguous language in the world." ~ Yours Truly, 1969

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