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Re: Best tagging practice: multi-key sequences?



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Tommy Reynolds wrote:
> Uttered Brad Smith <brads redhat com>, spake thus:
> 
> 
>>The FDP docs guide doesn't really address situations like this
>>(multi-key sequences) directly, so is there an informal standard we
>>should know about before settling on one or the other?
> 
> 
> My rule of thumb is that printable characters are shown as simply a string.

You mean without any markup at all? I'm not sure about that. After all,
everything else (commands, user input, key combos) are tagged in such a
way that they will be visually differentiated from the rest of the text.
I think it would look inconsistent if only these instructions were
treated as regular text so, for our purposes, I think we
definitely need to tag it with something, I'm just unsure what.

Thank you for the input,
- --Brad
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