I have noticed on the text capsule when your writing a hub there are two signs next to the link chain and unlink chain. There appears to be a small x under one of them- can someone enlighten me as to what these are and do?
The best way to find out what they do, is to experiment with them, as I just did, so as to answer your question.
It changes the style and size of the letter. One says it is a superscript and the other says it is a subscript.
thankyou Cagsil-yeah your right I should dug around a bit more.
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