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Alcune accortezze218:11, 13 October 2019

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Non ne parliamo... solo con gli autori sto impazzendo! Comunque, per quanto riguarda i doppi accenti, vorrei trovare una soluzione che non sia il template V (e conta che dopo c'è da ripulire tutta nap.wp...).

Sannita (talk)19:44, 12 October 2019

Com Marco Aurelio avevamo avuto tutta una discussione all'inizio del progetto, perché la famosa pagina Porta d''a commonetà era scritta mezzo in corsivo per questa storia. Stessa confusione con tutti i wikilink con il doppio apostrofo. Per me, dovremmo usare gli apostrofi tipografici, perché le cose prese da qui, sono formattate in modo strano (per es: il <nowiki/> appare in chiaro!).

Ruthven (talk)18:11, 13 October 2019