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       </​div>​       </​div>​
       <div id="​storeArea"​ hidden="">​       <div id="​storeArea"​ hidden="">​
-        <div tiddler="​Start"​ tags=""​ created="​201403192130"​ modifier="​twee"​ twine-position="​10,​10">​This is the first passage.\n\n[[Next]]</​div>​ +         ...passage ​data is stored here...
-        <div tiddler="​End"​ tags=""​ created="​201403192146"​ modifier="​twee"​ twine-position="​290,​10">​This ​is the final passage.</​div>​ +
-        <div tiddler="​StoryAuthor"​ tags=""​ created="​201403192130"​ modifier="​twee"​ twine-position="​10,​290">​Anonymous</​div>​ +
-        <div tiddler="​Next"​ tags="​special"​ created="​201403192146"​ modifier="​twee"​ twine-position="​150,​10">​This is the second passage, with a special tag.\n\n[[End]]</​div>​ +
-        <div tiddler="​StoryTitle"​ tags=""​ created="​201403192130"​ modifier="​twee"​ twine-position="​10,​150">​Untitled Story</​div>​+
       </​div>​       </​div>​
     </​body>​     </​body>​
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   * Both the body element and the .passage element'​s data-tags attribute reflects the tags of the bottommost (i.e. the present) passage. This was originally used just as a CSS hook, before the advent of tagged stylesheets in version 1.4.0.   * Both the body element and the .passage element'​s data-tags attribute reflects the tags of the bottommost (i.e. the present) passage. This was originally used just as a CSS hook, before the advent of tagged stylesheets in version 1.4.0.
   * The #content1, #content2, #header, #titleLine, .header and .footer divs are unused by Twine'​s normal operations, but can be styled in any manner you like.   * The #content1, #content2, #header, #titleLine, .header and .footer divs are unused by Twine'​s normal operations, but can be styled in any manner you like.
 +  * .floater is fixed to the upper-right corner of the screen. It is analogous to [[sugarcane html|Sugarcane]]'​s #sidebar.
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