[pmwiki-users] Survey of browser settings
radu at monicsoft.net
Sun May 15 16:56:19 CDT 2011
On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 14:13, Randy Brown <alongkiss at aprivatespot.com>wrote:
> I have a quick two question informal survey. Perhaps we can all learn from
> each other and / or improve PmWiki's documentation about browser settings
> (that is, the XL capability provided on Site.Preferences):
> 1. Do your own personal settings (for accesskeys, editform, or other
> things) differ from PmWiki's defaults? If so, what choices did you make, and
Yes, because I serve in different languages. The access key sets fits the
It would also depend on what navigation scheme your wiki relies, on whether
your users prefer keyboarding vs. mouse-handling, etc.
> 2. What percentage of your users do you think actually take advantage of
> this customization feature? What choices are they making, and why?
Donno... And frankly, don't care :) I'd expect that people who interact with
the wiki a lot (fast prototyping, collaborative projects and such), would
use the access keys (my users do only CMS-like web site maintenance)
> My own questions: (1) I have added accesskey F to go to the FAQ page, and
> I've made my edit form 23 rows by 70 columns because I like to see that much
> context when editing.
Not questions, these. The second part (1) is rendered moot under Firefox 4,
since users can change the size of any field by dragging the bottom-right
> (2) I'm the only person I know who customizes the browser settings.
Yeah. And as far as we know we are part of the only civilization in the
Universe. ;) And trees don't make any sound when they fall in the forest
because there's nobody there to hear it.
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