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Comments in theme editor #690
It seems to work but only with the strict formulation
That's why I asked for examples and/or a reference.…
Hi, It seems to work but only with the strict formulation [Comment] : # (text) but the @Maboroshy <https://github.com/maboroshy> 's script allows to change, in your language for example. For me, in French, it's [Commentaire] : # (texte). Change the word between  works fine for exportation in Rstudio (for example). Maybe it's possible to allow emphasis on general formulation  : # () It's just to keep open the potentiality of the script. But it's not a big problem, i can change all my [Commentaire] for [Comment]... — You are receiving this because you were mentioned. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#690 (comment)>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/ABtv1dtXhBtpxdB0fZzYaTpnhX3lx7BDks5savHJgaJpZM4O-Ovj> .