I know that [% .... %] is used for a comment in PGML. But it only seems to work when the comment is a single paragaph, not when the intended comment extends over several paragraphs. For example, if I try a pg file that includes
[% line 2
line 3 %]
then everything between the [% and the %] is shown in gray in the editor as is expected for a comment, but when viewing the problem, what is printed is
line 3 %]
If I place the [%...%] around both line 2 and line 3, then neither is printed as is expected.
I am editing some problems that have lengthy solutions provided in multiple paragraphs. I don't want to delete those solutions but would rather keep the text of the solutions in the problem for later potential editing. For now I would like to comment them out and replace them with an alternate solution. I'd like to be able to use just one set of [%...%] brackets to comment out the entire original solution rather than have to comment out each separate paragraph. But that doesn't seem to be possible. Is there an alternative?