Well, actually, I'm in France at the moment, as I had agreed with Mark to visit at the end of August on the basis that he would have finished the Media site and have time to help me working on Pray4Spain. Of course, my favourite option would be to find a Carrelet Formatted script option, but that is like asking Mark to to add a behave like Windows 98 button. Carrelet has been available to the general public for almost a decade now and as I understand it will be fully replaced by X-Cathedra any time soon, i.e. 'yesterday'.
I must explain that I got onto Carrelet in the Dark Ages. Here it is: www.cyberporte.com/mathieson/ Yes, that is the Mark 1 point something of content Management Systems. Then we moved on a bit jump to Carrelet 3. Like most systems, version 2 never happened and we moved straight onto version 3. However, there was never a definitive 'best' 3.1, although Mark made numerous improvements which were added to whichever particular web site he happened to remember at the time he was making the change, so there are probably several hundred versions of Carrelet out there. You can see a fairly bog standard version of Carrelet 3 at www.oaci.org On the other hand, I got a special template made - or rather Mark did- for www.prayforspain.com This has been a very effective way of keeping a news web up to date on a daily basis and we are incredibly excited about the possibilities about pontification on the new CMS.
The came 'Gadara', which can be seen exclusively at www.stpixels.com This also has an interesting 'grammar' of instructions to make the text look interesting, although it has shown that most bloggers and live visitors prefer to use the small selection of options which are suggested as click choices.
So I await with baited breath the arrival of an option between 'Plain text' and 'XHTML (Selected tags only)', even if i can hardly expect it to look like the [Carrelet formatted script] way of writing, but hopefully rather different to Gadara.