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Feature Proposal: Let us improve WYSIWYG experience

Motivation

The current WYSIWYG is definitely at much better shape but i still find some scope to improve the editing experience.

Description and Documentation

I would like to use the topic to improve the features or document current features available with WYSIWYG editor.

Examples

Impact

Implementation

  • Customized color for text for section of <verbatim> block (Item6099)

-- Contributors: SopanShewale - 2010-05-25

Discussion

Yes, improving the WYSIWYG editor experience is an important step in making TWiki more accessible to mainstream users.

-- PeterThoeny - 2010-05-26

Hi Sopan, thanks for a quick answer.

We use the coding ISO8859-2 (I am living in the Czech republic) and
some characters are disturbing the work. If I use:

Alt+177 plus-minus sign
Alt+0137 per mille
Alt+0151 long hyphen

and another fewer used characters, then text in the Wysiwyg editor is
destroyed. If the text was not saved previously, then user must start
from beginning again. The Raw editor works OK.

It seems, that in the translation table are missing items for this
codes and the editor brakes down. Maybe the simple adding the space or
the dot code in the tranlation table would help.
The insertion of this character occurs easy, when somebody uses the
Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V operation...

I use the TWiki 4.3.2 and this problem is reported here, but without success:

http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Support/SID-00849
http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Support/SID-00818

Is it some hope to repair it?

Regards
Jaromir Houdek

-- SopanShewale - 2010-05-26

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