Warnings appear in blocks like this.
Informational sections appear like this.
Each example is divided into sections. They start with a summary of the example and a short description of what functionality is used and why. If specific macros or functions are mentioned, they should be emphasized and link to their appropriate documentation where possible.
For terms that may not be familiar to a more general audience, they can be added to the Glossary file and their definitions will be available as a tooltip over the term or phrase in the HTML version of the book.
Each example has a link to a compiled example that can be imported in Twine 2.
Finally, in the last section, all code is shown in its Twee notation for reference and download.
Twee notation example!
Some examples use, reference, or share functionality. In this space, some examples link to others in order to better help bridge connections between different ideas and techniques.