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Syntax highlighting
Wrap your C++ Qt/KDE code snippets in <code cpp>, <code cpp n>, <code qt> and </code> to get syntax highlighting (cpp == c++, qt == qt) and numbered lines (n). Replace "cpp" with the language used, e.g. rubyqt for Ruby and pythonqt for Python (soon). Use "ini" for .desktop files, "xml" for XML files.

New Templates

To get a list of pages using a template, go to corresponding template page (e.g. Template:movepage) and click "What links here" in the toolbox.

Use this template to mark a page as not finished.
Pages which need cleanups or contain empty sections and/or todos are marked with this template. Add an explanation if you want (optional)
Use this template to add a tip for the reader.
Use this template to add an explanatory note.
Use this template to add a warning.
{{qt|class-name}} and {{qt3|class-name}}
Use this template to generate a link to a Qt class, e.g. QWidget. For Qt3 classes use {{qt3|class-name}}
Use this template to generate a link to a KDE class, e.g. KDialog.
Use this template for paths and filenames, this way all of them have a consistent style.
Use this template to automatically create a link to KDE's bugzilla.
Use this template to mark the content of a page as applicable for either KDE 3. Don't tag technology agnostic pages. For KDE4 content, use [[Category:KDE4]].
A template for tutorial navigation
Use this template to create a box with a caption and a text. The width parameter is optional and can be specified absolute (400px) or relative (50%). The last parameter is the float value, which is also optional and defaults to center.

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