Patrick R. Michaud
Thu Mar 4 08:21:06 CST 2004
Without getting into the overall arguments, let me point out one or
two important points:
On Thu, Mar 04, 2004 at 10:16:25AM -0300, Andres Yver wrote:
> Wiki Authors want to write. They're not into having to go and read the
> relevant instruction or copy paste the right bit of code into the right
> place to make their page look the way they want.
Some Wiki Authors also want to be able to define their own styles.
> If PmWiki could have %style=.foo% handle everything, authors would have
> an easier time.
PmWiki 0.6.9 now supports %class=foo%.
> .mystyle is a link in Edit.Sidebar to a function that inserts
> 'style=.mystyle%' at the cursor.
This is not currently do-able in several popular browsers, at least
the last time I checked (about a month ago). Most browsers will let
you insert text at the end of a <textarea> element in response to
a button or link event, but many do not have an "insert at cursor"
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