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Please feel free to experiment here, after the four dashes below... and please do NOT create new pages without any meaningful content just to try it out!


Testing breaking and non-breaking space handling

Space before the '?' is tested

Plain space

_plain space_ This rather long line just to be able to check whether browsers handle various kind of spaces. Does it work ? We'll see...

No-break space

_plain nbspace_ This rather long line just to be able to check whether browsers handle various kind of spaces. Does it work ? We'll see...

_nbsp_ This rather long line just to be able to check whether browsers handle various kind of spaces. Does it work ? We'll see...

_160_ This rather long line just to be able to check whether browsers handle various kind of spaces. Does it work ? We'll see...

Narrow no-break space

_plain narrow nbspace_ This rather long line just to be able to check whether browsers handle various kind of spaces. Does it work ? We'll see...

_nnbsp_ This rather long line just to be able to check whether browsers handle various kind of spaces. Does it work&nnbsp;? We'll see...

_8239_ This rather long line just to be able to check whether browsers handle various kind of spaces. Does it work ? We'll see...

Miscellaneous

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Collapsible elements

Click to open/close the Cmd wiki or the Winebrowser


cmd is command-line access into Wine, similar to Windows' cmd.

Once invoked in a terminal/console (by using 'wine cmd' ), the current directory is displayed using DOS format. The system root is displayed as "Z:" and normal Unix forward slashes ( / ) are replaced by DOS backslashes ( \ ) .

Wine's command prompt has some settings available through the right-click menu: simply right-click anywhere in the console.
Attempts to open a URL in the native operating system's default protocol handler.

Usage

winebrowser URL 

where URL is the URL to open. For example:

winebrowser http://www.winehq.org
winebrowser ftp://ftp.winehq.org
winebrowser irc://irc.freenode.net/#winehq
winebrowser file://c:\\windows\\win.ini

On a KDE system the first two might open in Konqueror, the third in Konversation, and the last in KWrite.



The TOC of the other wiki pages are also included, therefore a __NOTOC__.


Magic Words

https://wiki.winehq.org/index.php?title=Wiki_sandbox&query_string