[pmwiki-users] WYSIWYG is Indispensable; Moment of Truth

jdd-gmane jdd at dodin.org
Tue May 24 03:45:56 CDT 2011

Le 24/05/2011 10:27, Oliver Betz a écrit :

> Nevertheless there is one case where a WYSIWYG editor is extremly
> useful: Table editing!

editing tables (and specially inserting columns) is a real problem, 
but shoudn't be confused with WYSIWYG. Any rough help could be 
invaluable, without the need of trying to have an exact width (for 

The basic (||||||) markup I always found unreadable - may be copied 
from mediawiki. The "advanced" pmwiki markup is much better [(:table:) 
- (:cell:)]

so an utility able to look at (:table:) and (:tableend:) and to insert 
rows or colummn should be great.

What also could be done prety easily (I guess) is a "realtime" preview.

With modern screens (large...) one could have the preview next to the 
edit windows. Is not the code almost already here with present preview?



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