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A serverless personal wiki applet.
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Newton Desktop Wiki
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This is your NewtonHome page. You may edit this page however you like, but you can **not** delete it. This page will be loaded each time [[http://newton.sf.net|Newton]] is started.

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[[http://newton.sf.net|Newton]] is a serverless wiki applet for the GNOME2 Desktop Environment. It is meant to be easy to use, with little or no setup.

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Please remember that [[http://newton.sf.net|Newton]] is in its early stages of development. Bugs and feature requests should be sent to the [[newton-users@lists.sourceforge.net|newton-users]] mailing list.

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To add pages, add links to an existing page, then click on those links. Alternatively, click the //New// button.
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= Document Formatting Syntax

[[http://newton.sf.net|Newton]] supports many types of document formatting through the use of a simple markup language. The markup language is easy to learn so that you can start formatting your documents very quickly. This page contains a description of all formatting supported by [[http://newton.sf.net|Newton]]. Each description will consist of both the wiki syntax needed for that formatting, and the formatted result.
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== Basic Text Formatting

[[http://newton.sf.net|Newton]] supports **bold**, ''monospaced'', //italic//, <del>strikethrough</del>, and __underlined__ text. These can also be done in **//__combination__//**!

Newton supports **bold**, ''monospaced'', //italic//, <del>strikethrough</del>, and __underlined__ text. These can also be done in **//__combination__//**!

You can also make <sub>subscripts</sub> and <sup>superscripts</sup>!

You can also make <sub>subscripts</sub> and <sup>superscripts</sup>!
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== Unordered and Ordered Lists

Both ordered (//ie. numbered//) and unordered (//ie. bulleted//) lists are supported. Start a line with a ''#'' to add a ordered item and a ''*'' to add an unordered item. The number of ''#'''s or ''*'''s starting the line determines the level of the item in the list. For example,

* First level unordered item 1
* First level unordered item 2
** This is a second level item
* First level item 3

Produces this output:

* First level unordered item 1
* First level unordered item 2
** This is a second level item
* First level item 3

Similarly, for an ordered list,

# First level ordered item 1
# First level ordered item 2
## This is a second level item
# First level item 3

Produces this output:

# First level ordered item 1
# First level ordered item 2
## This is a second level item
# First level item 3
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== Headings or Sections

[[http://newton.sf.net|Newton]] supports up to five levels of headings. Start a line with ''='' for a first level heading, ''=='' for a second level heading, ''==='' for a third level, and so on.

= Heading 1
Some text.
== Heading 2
Some more text.
=== Heading 3
And so on...

= Heading 1
Some text.
== Heading 2
Some more text.
=== Heading 3
And so on...
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