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I can't quite get how to add inline links to comments. There are some aliases like[edit] but I see that people add other useful links this way. Where can I find list of these aliases, or add inline links manually?

I found this answer in StackExcange meta.

But I am sure there are some others too.

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    Standard way is [link name](http://link.url). – Byte Commander May 22 '15 at 20:36
  • But where do I find list of predefined links? – Pilot6 May 22 '15 at 20:37
  • If I could tell you, I would have written it as answer. I am interested in that too! :-) – Byte Commander May 22 '15 at 20:38
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    The only alias I know is [edit] which turns to edit. – Byte Commander May 22 '15 at 20:53
  • Test howto How to Answer – Pilot6 May 22 '15 at 21:11
  • That meta post was written by an SE employee. It's unclear what more are you looking for. Do you think there are more than he said? – Seth May 22 '15 at 22:04
  • I am sure I saw some more. Like a link on help how to accept an answer. But I can't recall where was that. I thought there was some full list. – Pilot6 May 22 '15 at 22:06
  • @Pilot6 That is the full list. That's it. If you find one that isn't there I will be very surprised. – Seth May 26 '15 at 20:55
  • That is what I looked for. Proforma comments that contain the links. – Pilot6 Jul 6 '15 at 14:38
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From this Meta.Se post:

  • [meta] – link to the current site's Meta; link text is the site name (e.g. "Super User Meta"). Does nothing if the site doesn't have (or already is) a Meta site.

  • [main] – like [meta], just the other way around.

  • [edit] – link to the edit page for the post the comment is on, i.e. /posts/{id}/edit. Link text is "edit" (capitalization is respected).

  • [help] should be obvious. [meta-help] links to "What is meta?" (/help/whats-meta), [help/on-topic] links to "What topics can I ask about here?" (/help/on-topic), [help/dont-ask] links to "What types of questions should I avoid asking?" (/help/dont-ask), [help/behavior] links to "What kind of behavior is expected of users?" (/help/behavior). Link text for all of these is "help center" .

  • [tour] and [meta-tour] – equivalent to the FAQ version, but links to the site's Tour page (resp. the meta site's Tour page). Link text is "tour" (capitalization is respected). Legacy names [about] and [meta-about] are still supported.

  • [ask], [answer] – link to the "How to Ask" / "How to Answer" page.

  • [so], [su], [sf], [metase], [a51], [se] – link to the given site (Stack Overflow, Super User, Server Fault, Meta Stack Exchange, Area 51, the Stack Exchange portal). Link text is the site name.

  • [something.se] – link to something.stackexchange.com, if that site exists. Link text is the site name. Use [ubuntu.se] for Ask Ubuntu. [meta.something.se] links to the meta site.

  • [chat] – link to the current site's chat site (http://chat.stackoverflow.com/ for SO, http://chat.meta.stackexchange.com/ for Meta SE, http://chat.stackexchange.com/ everywhere else, that last one showing a list of active rooms from the referring site), the link text being "{site name} Chat".

  • @Tim what's the point of that edit? [unix.se] is already covered by [something.se]. [ubuntu.se] is mentioned because it is an exception to the other specially-named sites. – muru May 23 '15 at 13:39
  • because it's caled Unix and Linux. – Tim May 23 '15 at 13:40
  • @Tim So? The site is still unix.stackexchange.com, not unix-and-linux.stackexchange.com. Same for Vi & Vim, which is vi.stackexchange.com. – muru May 23 '15 at 13:40
  • okay, that's fine :) – Tim May 23 '15 at 13:41

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