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Sarcasm Font: For those that want to know

Dave posted his refresher course on blog etiquette today. However, I saw a question that he did not address. Which was the Sarcasm font. Most regulars around CSC know how to do the Sarcasm font, but if you are new, or missed all the tutorials on it then I made this post for you.

Now first off, in order to use this font, it HAS to be in the comment box. Look at this picture

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If you put the comment in the subject line (Where it says "Cannot go here") then it will not work properly. It has to be exactly like in the comment box. Put the phrase you want between two @ like what is shown in the picture. Watch out, because the sarcasm font will eat up about a half line above and below what you write. So make sure to have enough room or else some of your comment will get eaten.

There you are! Simple, easy, and now you are sarking around on the internet. I hope this helps some people around here and other places. If you need to test it, use the comments below.

This FanPost was written by a reader and member of Canal Street Chronicles. It does not necessarily reflect the views of CSC and its staff or editors.

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