This question is mainly for testing the MetroSE application, specifically comments, and answers. However, if you've ever wanted to test out your markup skillz this is a great place to do this. Feel free to comment, answer, edit, upvote, or downvote all you want on this question, in fact I encourage it for right now as I'm testing out the application.

But I want to play with MetroSE!

I'm waiting for official app approval and therefore you can't mess around with any 'official' versions. However, if you have a developer account and VS 2012 (even just express) you can install MetroSE on your system and give it a whirl.

To install, navigate to this Dropbox folder, and open the most recent versioned folder. Within that folder there should be a PowerShell script that, when run will install the application. If you have any questions, ask here, or over at Fake Programmers. Be sure to check the folder periodically, as I'm constantly making updates.

I found bugs... where do I report them?

There are two way you can report MetroSE bugs

  1. Email: cases@kronoskoders.fogbugz.com
  2. Online GUI
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This is probably a good question to try it out on: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/3122/formatting-sandbox Fingers crossed the castles work! –  George Duckett Nov 27 '12 at 7:58
    
How do you get to meta from the app? –  Louis Nov 28 '12 at 10:43
    
@Louis you need to enable sites from the settings. –  KronoS Nov 28 '12 at 14:36
    
meeeeeeeeh, sup doc? –  Sathya Dec 3 '12 at 16:58

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This is an example answer title

And this is a little bit of a body

  • Here is a bullet
  • and another

This is a quotation

// WATCH OUT...
// THIS IS CODE!

nothing.selfDestruct();

And this is a hyperlink

Beware of the infinite looping


Italics

  1. here is a ordered list
  2. with it's second...
  3. and third partner

    Exception up = new Exception();

    throw up;

And finally:

a random picture

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This is the most example post I've ever seen! –  Tom Wijsman Dec 3 '12 at 16:29

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I pressed it anyway! Ti-hi –  Oliver Salzburg Dec 3 '12 at 22:30
  • Can

    • It

      1. Handle

        • Nested

          elements

              ?
          

          enter image description here

          Perhaps.
          

          • But

            • How
              • Many
                • Levels?
                  • Maybe
                    • Here?
                      • Or
                        • Here?
                          • Or
                            • Even
                              • Here?
                                • enter image description here

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Well, if nothing else it broke the web interface :S –  Bob Nov 26 '12 at 17:02
    
where have I seen that before ;) –  soandos Nov 26 '12 at 18:51

Links

Tags

Spoilers

I took the cake!

Syntax highlighting (in theory)

setTimeout(function () { alert("JavaScript"); }, 1000);
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Love that spoiler! –  HaydnWVN Dec 3 '12 at 16:39

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