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Markup like:
  *bold* , _italic_ , __bold italic__ and =fixed= .
does not allow any trailing characters, so you need to have a space before end characters like .,;:!? , which is not intuitive when writing text.

I changed the syntax to be more forgiving, there is no need to have a space before .,;:!? characters anymore. I.e. you can write:

  *bold*, _italic_; __bold italic__? and =fixed=!

The changes are commited to TWikialpha (CVS) on 22 Jul 2000.

-- PeterThoeny - 22 Jul 2000

I relaxed the rule a little but more to allow markup in parenthesis, i.e. you can write:

  (*bold*, _italic_) and (__bold italic__, =fixed=)

to get:

    (bold, italic) and (bold italic, fixed)

Commited changes to TWikiAlphaRelease, version 02 Dec 2000.

-- PeterThoeny - 25 Nov 2000

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