[Pmwiki-users] How retain exact link spacing (& capitalization?) in header/trail, but no wikiword spacing in page?
Thu Dec 23 07:42:16 CST 2004
If create link [[Test Page]], how get it to display in header/top of
page (trail?) with spacing retained (ex: Main / Test Page or Main /
Test_Page), while not allowing wikiword spacing in body of pages?
I experimented with enabling spacing while disabling wikiwords... and
looks ok in header/top of page... but get spacing of wikiword-like words
in body of page (ex: PCs becomes P Cs) even though wikiwords are
disabled (and am not interested in trying to convince authors to use [=
=] on numerous acronyms/initials).
I searched the site and look at the PITS..... thought I saw a note that
this had been dealt with..... it cited a dev # that appeared to be
higher than the current beta #. Though I'm still on 2.0.beta 7.....
and upgrading might help?
Or is it better to just go with wikiword-like (nonspacing) display at
in header/trail and encourage authors to place a "spaced and capitalized
as desired" version of the page title at the top of the page text?
Is it practical to be able to create a link [[iPrint]] and have that
capitalization be retained/displayed at the top (header/trail?) of that
page (instead of IPrint)? Not critical, but one runs into "i" products
from Novell, Apple, etc. Again, I'm still on 2.0.beta 7....... and
upgrading might help? Or perhaps capitalization of leading characters
is just a given in wikis and I should get over it ;-) ? And just
encourage authors to place a "spaced and capitalized as desired" version
of the page title at the top of the page text?
And a suggestion re mail list archives:
Don't know that this is practical, but might consider periodically
collecting multiple months together into a single lump (term?), to
facilitate searching across larger spans of time. Possible break points
might be year end, major version number (V1, V2beta, V2prod). Or a
cookbook note on how one might do this oneself via browser plus
P.S. Thanks again. My co-worker and boss are impressed and happy with
the two preliminary PmWiki sites we have roughed in.
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