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  • Regarding Note from Sokolov, I was told to put breaks if there isn't a gap, so it looks like it does in-game. Did that make sense lmao?

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    • Hey!

      Re: "Unless it's necessary, we generally don't use < b r > on the wiki." I think adhering to in-game accuracy where possible necessitates the use of line breaks. I think written notes and journals are a rare example of where breaks are occasionally used, successfully. :)

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    • As far as I know, breaks are used only in poem-style notes and such, like for example here.

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    • I get that it makes very little difference with the Sokolov note, in question. But I have come accross several lists in Dishonored 2, (or lists within a transcript) and it just seems it'd be easier on the eye with breaks instead of spaces. Thoughts?

      (I'm also a sucker for trying to get things as close as possible to the original format) >.>

      Your call, though, Piko :)

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    • Well, apparently lists don't use them in D1. And I think for most notes spaces will do.

      Only in poems and such the line breaks are really necessary to express the verse format.

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    • Ok, understood. No breaks it is then. Thanks :)

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    • In D1 that note isn't spaced, it's just how it was put on the wiki. But if spaces are the proper way to go, then I will space c:

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    • Seems like your question has been answered already, but that's time zones for you.  Always good to clarify things like this though, thank you.

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