What does the "Don't auto-format" option do?
By default auto-formatting is enabled. Auto-formatting does the following:
* Automatically inserts breaks between lines for you. If you hit enter to move down to the next line, that is how the post will appear on your journal.
* When linking to a site, some HTML will be created for you. For example, if you type http://www.JournalFen.net/ in an entry, it automatically becomes a link.
If you prefer to format posts yourself (for example, using
to create a line break), then you should select the "don't auto-format" option. If you don't know what you want, you probably want to keep it unchecked.
Alternatively, you can disable auto-formatting using the LJ-specific tag . For more information on the tag, see the FAQ "What are the LJ-specific tags?" (http://www.JournalFen.net/support/faqbr
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