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    Suzie Prince

    Hey Alex


    I recently found out that you can do this using the less than and greater than signs as brackets around the comment text.


    E.g. <this is a comment>


    I hope that helps.


    - Suzie

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    Alex King

    Suzie,


    Thanks! Perfect. Again, sorry for such a simple question, but that may be good to add to the wiki-edit toolbar!


    Thanks Again,


    Alex

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    Stone

    is there an easy way to comment out a section of content that has MQL in it?  I'm trying to get a chart to work and I ran out of time before a meeting, so I tried to comment out the entire panel using this technique and it didn't work.


    Here's an example where it doesn't work:


    < Release: Planned {{value query: SELECT SUM('Estimate - Planning') WHERE Type = Story AND 'Planning - Release' = (Current Release)}} points, >

    BTW, this is 3.0.  Upgrading to 3.1 next week.

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    Suzie Prince

    Hi Stone


    This is a workaround and not really supported behaviour.


    I expect the problem is because your query syntax goes over multiple lines. The only suggestion I have is if you put spaces between the curly braces { then the query will not render but you probably will see the syntax on the page.


    Maybe that will help?


    - Suzie

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    Stone

    Not really.  I was trying to get some MQL working and couldn't get the syntax right before a meeting. I wanted to quickly comment it out, so I wouldn't loose it but no one else would see it.  Given how code oriented mingle wikis and cards can be, it would be great to add support for some comment syntax.  I'm the kind of person who benefits from leaving notes to myself for later anyway...


    <!-- comment --> would be fantastic.

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