I’m struggling to understand your question here. When reporting an issue, it’s important to provide three pieces of information in clear detail:
- Steps to reproduce
- What you’d expect to happen
- What actually happens instead
I think you’re reporting two separate issues:
Issue #1) When you take my code sample above and use it, you don’t see “Looks Like This,” (my screenshot) and instead you see something else.
I claim that if you use my code sample, you will reproduce the exact same screenshot I posted here.
If that’s not true, can you post a screenshot showing exactly what you do see when you use my code sample?
(The best way to make sure you’re running the latest version of ChoiceScript is to archive and delete your old one; it’s very easy to download multiple copies of ChoiceScript and accidentally use the wrong/old version without noticing.)
Issue #2) Even if you did see the exact same thing as my screenshot, that’s not what you’d want it to look like. You’d want it to look different in some way.
But I don’t understand how you want/expect it to be different.
I really don’t understand what you mean when you say,
Are you saying that the transcript and the screenshot look different to you? They look exactly the same to me, except that the screenshot is in the “Georgia” font at 16px and the transcript is in the forum’s default “Helvetica” font at 14px.
In both the screenshot and the transcript, there’s just one blank line separating paragraphs. If the font is bigger, then the space between paragraphs is bigger, because one blank line is bigger.
*Note that issue #2 has nothing to do with if. If you use the following code sample #2, it’s guaranteed to look exactly like my screenshot, despite the fact that it has no *if.
This is all one line.
This is a new paragraph.
is two lines.
Here's another paragraph.
This paragraph ends with a true *if statement. Leadership = 50.
Here's the next paragraph, which ends with a false *if statement.
Here's the last paragraph.
If you want the screenshot to look differently (make it look more like the forum) then you’re talking about fonts, not about *if.