Big text next to icon

How do you put that big text next to an image?

image # help pls

^^ that doesn’t work

To clarify, I need


not strong text

Edit: problem has been fixed!

image I can do it now!

image Big Text

![image|30x30](upload://bcS08t1FqCI9WwReOANnXJ6fvFr.png) **Big Text**

That was a 120x120 image when I uploaded it.

Not bold text, like this text:

still need help pls

I tried that multiple times. It didn’t work for me.

Yeah, but I saw @Jacob somehow managed to do it. If he can, ANYONE CAN!

image I can do this too


Are you sure he’s using large text and not just bold. It can sometimes be deceiving.

Yeap, he’s definitely using large text. You can tell, because the text VirtualBlue is like one of the first couple of words in the paragraph, and it’s bold text. The text above it compared to that is HUGE, so it’s definitely

big text

Yeah right, never mind I didn’t zoom in.

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I believe the creator of the the thread had cropped the picture to fit on the side. From there, nex to it he simply did the big text

@Ryan_Vidad No, it doesn’t work that way. Have you read the thread?

Try adding the ‘dash’ symbol (‘-‘) under the test you want to be big.



Oh wow that really works

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HOLY CRUD @azeeuwnl , it worked! Thank you so much!

image THANKS!


Glad to be of help.

Now, you need to tell me: how did you do the icon thing?

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Upload the image you need:

Change the image size to somewhere around 40x40


There’s a part where it says ![image|690x414]
Change the dimensions there

Custom big text

You can also add two hashtags and a space (’## ') in the beginning of the line

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Testing BBCode:


So that worked, too, but it’s more work:


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sample paragraph

do you know de wey?

Ugandan Knuckles is the nickname given to a depiction of the character Knuckles from the Sonic franchise created by YouTuber Gregzilla, which is often used as an avatar by players in the multiplayer game VRChat who repeat phrases like “do you know the way” and memes associated with the country Uganda, most notably the film Who Killed Captain Alex? and Zulul. The character is associated with the expression “do you know the way”, which is typically spoken in a mock African accent and phonetically spelled as “do you know de wey.”


Dead meme, Josh. I give you 2 out of 10.


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