Common hex codes
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Reserved characters can be represented by hex codes, to avoid interference with the characters that specify the commands. These codes are the same as the ones used in web page URLs.

In most cases, you can avoid the use of hex code by putting the text inside single quotes. But there are some instances where a special code might be needed.

Character (usage by GyroActivator)

Hex Code

Carriage return

%0D

Line feed (creates a new line without paragraph spacing in MindManager)

%0A

New line with normal paragraph spacing

%0D%0A

Space character (used as command end)

%20

Horizontal Tab character

%09

Single apostrophe

'

%27

Percent sign

%

%25

Opening curly brace (used as command sequence start)

{

%7B

Closing curly brace (used as command sequence end)

}

%7D

Colon (used as data value separator)

:

%3A

Semicolon (used as command end)

;

%3B