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I added some simple javascript that adds your signature to the end of the text area....

function appendSignature()
{
        field = document.forms[0].text;
        insertstring = "\n-- %WIKIUSERNAME% - %DATE% <br />\n";
        field.value = field.value+insertstring;
}

I added this into my edit.tmpl file and added the link where it displays the signature for copy and paste....

-- AdrianLynch - 08 Nov 2001

Blah... Just discovered the iejs skin... doh!

-- AdrianLynch - 08 Nov 2001

I would still find it useful as a standalone button...

-- MartinCleaver - 08 Nov 2001

Reclassified because the DeleteTopic classification isn't used any more. So here's a Codev.DeleteMe WikiBadge instead. Should this topic be deleted or is is useful?

-- SamHasler - 04 Dec 2004

The code is useful, I think it should be a button beside the "Your signature for easy copy and paste:" in PatternSkin. It would be nice if it could be made to insert the sig at the cursor position instead of just at the end of the document. And AccessKeys'd.

-- MattWilkie - 05 Dec 2004

It strikes me that this might be usefully captured in a JavaScript component - invoked through a ComponentPlugin CommentPlugin macro on UserTemplates.

-- MartinCleaver - 05 Dec 2004

you might want to use a nop tag when you say DeleteMe next time unless you really mean it, guess how I found this topic smile

-- TravisBarker - 27 Aug 2005

This feature is also asked on AddSignatureButton. It is already implemented in NatSkinPlugin

-- RafaelAlvarez - 17 Aug 2008

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