Cosmac 8 -- Zorro Wins

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Gisela
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Cosmac 8 -- Zorro Wins

I'm haveing another problem which I cannot solve. I'm sorry to be a pest but it starts to give me a headache.

; Zorro wins


  Level: 'Zorro wins' Nr: 25 Collection: 'Cosmac 8'

Hope to hear from somebody. Thanks for all the help, Gisela..

minglw
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When you paste the level, you need to put the "code" tage around it.
To create the "code" tag, press the "Code" button when you create the post.

If you're not sure, please look at this post's source.


  Level: 'Zorro wins' Nr: 25 Collection: 'Cosmac 8'

Solution:

  Moves/Pushes/Box-lines/Changes/Steps/Pusher-lines: 147/28/19/16/16/64
Gisela
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Thanks for the solution.
I would like to mail the lever picture like you do but really don't know how.
I will try it the way you told me, first I will copy the text from the level, Now when I sent you the message I will first click on "code" than paste the text . Maybe it will work this way, if not, please let me know what I'm doing wrong.
Thanks for your help, Gisela...

Zorro wins


  Level: 'Zorro wins' Nr: 25 Collection: 'Cosmac 8'

I don't think this is right what I'm doing. Maybe you can let me know step by step what I have to do. Hope to hear from you. I'm not a computer buff but I'm trying my best.[/code]

minglw
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Step by step instructions on how you post a text level and be automatically translate it into a graphical level.

1. in a new post or reply post, clikc on the "Code" button.
It then creates, left-bracket code right bracket.
This is the beginning of the code tag.

2. paste your the level text after the code tag.

3. click on the "Code" button again and
it will create left-bracket slash code right bracket.

You can also put other text before or after the
code-tagged level and they will be displayed normally.

like this:


  Level: 'Zorro wins' Nr: 25 Collection: 'Cosmac 8'

If you're still not sure.
Click on the "Quote" button on the upper right hand on this post
and you will be able to see the source. Scroll to where you see the level data.

Maybe there should be an entry on the Forum FAQ on "how to post a level graphically".