Or, if you entered a Python code:
The syntax would be the same as the program language, and over the code(message) will appear the program language name. TeamSpeak would recognize the program language from:
There is a example picture:
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You are talking about extended Markdown support and syntax highlighting. That would be nice. Mattermost has it too and it’s very useful for exchanging smaller code snippets.
When will TS5 be localized?
Pretty cool idea, but there would be probably a way too small group of people that would really use this.
Sharing a code to a friend should be fine by just writing “this is C#” and for any professional usecase there are actually better ways to share code
Yes, there’s something in it. But if a server that deals with this things, it can be useful there.
Think about modding computer games or even just editing game server config files and you immediately have use cases where TeamSpeak users would benefit from being able to exchange code with syntax highlighting.
This is a great idea. I’m looking forward for it
Also like this suggestion!
You can do the following to make this work:
- Type ``` to start an inline code block
- Type your language, e.g., js
- use Shift+Enter for a newline
- Insert your code
I guess we can improve this experience!