Table of contents not working


#1

I installed this in tags.

Then it kids out the text without anything else happening.

conventional: #Headline1
new: (L1: Headline1) *note: use small l1, had to use capital to avoid interpretation

conventional: ##Headline2
new: (L2: Headline2) *note: use small l2, had to use capital to avoid interpretation

conventional: ###Headline3
new: (L3: Headline3) *note: use small l3, had to use capital to avoid interpretation

conventional: ####Headline4
new: (L4: Headline4) *note: use small l4, had to use capital to avoid interpretation

conventional: #####Headline5
new: (L5: Headline5) *note: use small l5, had to use capital to avoid interpretation

conventional: ######Headline6
new: (L6: Headline6) *note: use small l6, had to use capital to avoid interpretation

(TOC: 6) *not: use small toc, had to use capital to avoid interpretation

#2

Actually just a nice way to create a table of contents in a textarea would be nice.

Thanks

Brandon


#3

@bbarclay:
Did you have realy read, what you have copied?

(l5: Headline5) 

(l6: Headline6)

(toc: 6)

#4

Wow, that’s embarrassing. Serious, I couldn’t figure this out. I’ve copied examples before several times and never read them. lol. I still can’t believe how obvious this was. It works now. I’m going to crawl back in my hole and pretend like this never happened.

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